# Question 1 in the slideshow factoring a difference of

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Question 1 In the slideshow, Factoring a Difference of Two Squares which is located in the media section of Chapter 5, the two squares in the first problem are: , 64 and 4 36 and 25 Correct! Correct!
4 and 49 81 and 16 1 / 1 pts Question 2 In the slideshow, GCF and the Sum of Two Cubes , which is located in the media section of Chapter 5, the first polynomial presented is factored completely at 2xy (x + 4) (x – 4x + 16). 2 Correct! Correct!
False 1 / 1 pts Question 3
5/13/2018 Week 5 - Quiz: MAT221: Introduction to Algebra (ACP1815A) When looking at 10y – 30y , which is the example in the
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Video Example 52 – Factor Out GCF of a Binomial located in the media section of Chapter 5, we know how many y’s to factor out by determining how many y’s are in common with each term. , Correct! Correct!
False 1 / 1 pts Question 4 When looking at the problem given in the slideshow, Factoring a Difference of Two Squares , which is located in the media section of Chapter 5, the answer has the same thing written twice with the same signs. True Correct! Correct!
False 1 / 1 pts Question 5 When looking at the Video Example 64 – Factoring a Perfect Square Trinomial , which is located in the media section of Chapter 5, one key is to look at whether the first term and last term in the trinomial are perfect squares. Correct! Correct!
5/13/2018 Week 5 - Quiz: MAT221: Introduction to Algebra (ACP1815A) 4/4 Quiz Score: 5 out of 5 Previous Next