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An easy to understand, step by step approach to polynomials and factoring

(1) Polynomials

  • Welcome to Your Course!
  • Introduction to Polynomials
  • Adding Polynomials
  • Subtracting Polynomials
  • Products of Polynomials 1 (Monomial X Monomial)
  • Products of Polynomials 2 (Monomial X Binomial)
  • Products of Polynomials 3 (FOIL)
  • Products of Polynomials 4 (Binomial X Trinomial)
  • Products of Polynomials 5 (Special Cases)
  • Division of Polynomials 1 (Monomials)
  • Division of Polynomials 2 (Polynomial Divided by Monomial)
  • Long Division of Polynomials
  • Synthetic Division
  • Prime Factorizations
  • Greatest Common Factor (GCF)
  • Factoring by Removing a GCF
  • Factoring by Removing a Binomial GCF
  • Factoring by Grouping
  • Factoring Trinomials (Reverse FOIL)
  • Factoring Trinomials (AC Method)
  • Factoring Binomials (Difference of Squares)
  • Prime Polynomials
  • Perfect Square Trinomials
  • A General Guide for Factoring
  • Zero Product Rule for Solving Quadratic Equations
  • Congratulations on Completing Your Course!

(2) Factoring

  • Welcome to Your Course!
  • Introduction to Polynomials
  • Adding Polynomials
  • Subtracting Polynomials
  • Products of Polynomials 1 (Monomial X Monomial)
  • Products of Polynomials 2 (Monomial X Binomial)
  • Products of Polynomials 3 (FOIL)
  • Products of Polynomials 4 (Binomial X Trinomial)
  • Products of Polynomials 5 (Special Cases)
  • Division of Polynomials 1 (Monomials)
  • Division of Polynomials 2 (Polynomial Divided by Monomial)
  • Long Division of Polynomials
  • Synthetic Division
  • Prime Factorizations
  • Greatest Common Factor (GCF)
  • Factoring by Removing a GCF
  • Factoring by Removing a Binomial GCF
  • Factoring by Grouping
  • Factoring Trinomials (Reverse FOIL)
  • Factoring Trinomials (AC Method)
  • Factoring Binomials (Difference of Squares)
  • Prime Polynomials
  • Perfect Square Trinomials
  • A General Guide for Factoring
  • Zero Product Rule for Solving Quadratic Equations
  • Congratulations on Completing Your Course!

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