Factoring Trinomials Teacher Resources
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Learners factor trinomials correctly. In this algebra lesson, students review the rules for factoring trinomials. They factor different polynomials as they relate the same concept and idea to facoring trinomials.
In this math activity, high schoolers practice factoring trinomials. This thorough activity has eighteen problems for the students to solve and includes an answer sheet.
In this math worksheet, students practice factoring trinomials by solving 26 problems. This simple worksheet includes an answer sheet
In this algebra learning exercise, students factor trinomials whose leading coefficient is greater than one. There are five multiple choice questions.
In this factoring trinomials instructional activity, 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 worksheet, 9th graders factor by pulling out the greatest common factor and factor trinomials in the form ax2 + bx + c. The one page interactive worksheet 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.
In 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.
Young scholars factor trinomials using specific factoring methods. In this algebra lesson, students factor equations using the difference of squares and foiling. They play a game to enhance their understanding of factoring.
In this factoring trinomials worksheet, 9th graders solve and complete 18 different problems that include identifying the product and sum of numbers. First, they factor the GCF from each group of numbers and complete. Then, students factor each trinomial and if it cannot be factored, then they use integers and write prime.
Ninth graders factor trinomial expressions. In this trinomial lesson plan, 9th graders use the given trinomial form to factor expressions. Students use algebra tiles to identify the binomial factors and a graphing calculator to verify the results. Students also identify the x-intercepts and y-intercepts of each trinomial function and explore its relationships.
Here is a practice problem used to demonstrate how to factor a trinomial with a leading coefficient. Sal completes the problem while explaining the patterns he sees, and how he uses those patterns to help him solve the problem. He also provides an alternative method to help students contextualize the factoring process. Great video, with a lot of number sense.
Use division and factoring to determine the leading 1 coefficient. This presentation thoroughly explains how to factor a trinomial in order to determine its common factors.
Here is a complete and clear demonstration of the process needed to factor a trinomial with a non-1 leading coefficient. Sal uses various colors and provides working examples while he factors the simple trinomial. This video would be perfect for those who are new to this concept.
The word FOIL stands for First, Outer, Inner, Last. Use a provided template to factor a binomial then use the FOIL method to check your answer. Factoring and multiplying binomials never looked so easy.
Introduce young mathematicians to the concept of factoring trinomials with perfect squares. This descriptive video provides a meaningful explanation of the factoring process. Each step is carefully written out in various colors during the demonstration, making this resource very helpful for those needing additional support.
In this factoring worksheet, students factor guided monomials, then binomials, and work their way to trinomials. There are 8 questions with multiple parts.
In this factoring worksheet, students solve 10 fill in the blank problems where they factor trinomial equations into a product of factors.
In this math instructional activity, young mathematicians practice the skill of factoring trinomials with a leading coefficient. They also find the roots of the functions.
Put out by Texas Instruments, this lesson involves learners in an activity focused on adding polynomials, solving equations, factoring trinomials, and expanding binomials. A TI-89 calculator is needed to complete this lesson.