Factoring Trinomials Teacher Resources
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In this algebra learning exercise, students ease into factoring by finding numbers that follow certain rules, and then rewrite trinomials and the difference of two squares as binomials. There are four questions with multiple parts and several pages of examples.
For this online math worksheet, high schoolers factor a series of trinomials given specific equations. This excellent resource allows the students to check their answers and to get "hints" should they run into difficulties.
Young scholars factor quadratic equations and find the roots. In this algebra lesson plan, students solve trinomials using special patterns. They relate factoring to the area of a rectangle.
In this factoring trinomials worksheet, students factor twenty-six trinomial expressions. One problem is not factorable, one is a perfect square, and seven problems require students to factor out a common integer prior to factoring the trinomial.
In this factoring trinomials worksheet, students solve 5 multiple choice problems. Kids factor trinomials using the box method or by separating the trinomial into the product of two binomials. Students find the volume of a box by factoring a cubic with a GCF.
In this Algebra I/Algebra II worksheet, students factor by pulling out the greatest common factors and factor trinomials in which the lead coefficient is one. The one page worksheet contains thirteen free response questions. Answers are included.
In this online math worksheet, learners solve five algebra problems which require them to factor trinomials. This excellent worksheet allows student to check their answers and gives the students "hints" should they encounter difficulties.
Students use algebra tiles to identify the binomial factors and the graphing calculator to verify the result. In addition, they will identify the x-intercepts and y-intercepts of each trinomial function and explore relationships between the trinomial x2 + bx + c and its factored form (x + m)(x + n).
In this factoring worksheet, students use two methods to simplify trinomials. Detailed explanations and examples are provided, with guidance to complete problems. This four-page worksheet contains five problems.
In this online math worksheet, high schoolers factor trinomials which are actually perfect squares. This excellent resource allows the students to check their answers, and to get "hints" should they run into difficulties. A terrific teaching tool!
Students factor trinomials correctly. In this algebra lesson plan, students review the rules for factoring trinomials. They factor different polynomials as they relate the same concept and idea to facoring trinomials.
In this algebra worksheet, learners factor twelve trinomial expressions into a binomial multiplication expression. In four of the problems, they must first factor out the common elements from the three terms.
In this math worksheet, students practice factoring trinomials by solving 26 problems. This simple worksheet includes an answer sheet
In this math worksheet, students practice factoring trinomials. This thorough worksheet has eighteen problems for the students to solve and includes an answer sheet.
In this algebra learning exercise, high schoolers factor trinomials whose leading coefficient is greater than one. There are five multiple choice questions.
In this algebra worksheet, young scholars factor trinomials into the multiplication of two binomials. All trinomials are in the form 1x^2 +/- bx +/- c.
In this factoring trinomials worksheet, students select the type of trinomial problem they wish to work on and click the interactive link. Each type of problem has thirty drills and practice problems linked to it. The problems themselves are not interactive.
In this Algebra I activity, 9th graders factor by pulling out the greatest common factor and factor trinomials in the form ax2 + bx + c. The one page interactive activity contains ten multiple choice questions and is self checking.
In this Algebra I worksheet, 9th graders factor trinomials with a leading coefficient of one. The one page interactive worksheet contains five multiple choice questions, a hint for each question, and is self checking.
For this Algebra I worksheet, 9th graders factor trinomials in the form ax2 + bx + c. The one page interactive worksheet contains five multiple choice questions and is self-checking.