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Section 5.1
Factor out the GCF in each expression.
EX68)
EX 72) a(a+1)-3(a+1)
Section 5.2
Factor each polynomial
EX 16)
Use grouping to factor each polynomial completely.
EX 80)
Section 5.3
Factor each polynomial. If the polynomial is prime, say so.
EX 58) 18z + 45 + z
Factor each polynomial.
EX 64) h
Section 5.4
Factor each trinomial using the ac method.
Strategy for factoring ax by the ac method.
EX 26) 21x
Factor each polynomial completely.
EX88) a
Section 5.5
Factor each polynomial completely.
EX36) m
Factor each polynomial completely. If a polynomial is a prime say so.
EX44) 3x
Section 5.6
Solve by factoring
Solving an equation by factoring box
EX 18) 2h
Solve each equation.
EX32) 2w(4w+1)=1
Solve each equation
EX54) x
Section 5.6
EX74)
Rectangular stage. One side of a rectangular stage is 2 meters longer than the other. If the diagonal is 10 meters, then what are the lengths of the sides?

In this solution, topics covered include factoring out the GCF of polynomials, factoring trinomials and polynomials using various methods, and solving by factoring.

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