# Basic Factoring Review Students will be able to

Basic Factoring Review Students will be able to factor a quadratic with a leading coefficient of 1. Basic Factoring Review Basic Factoring Review Write the following equation:

Basic Factoring Review STEP 1: Multiply the first term ( and last term ( including their signs and place the product in the top of the diamond Basic Factoring Review

STEP 2: Put the center term ( in the bottom of the diamond. Basic Factoring Review STEP 3:

Create a list of all the factors of the term in the top of the diamond. Basic Factoring Review STEP 4:

Decide which of the factors you can combine to equal the term in the bottom of the diamond. Basic Factoring Review STEP 5:

Decide which of the factors you can combine to equal the term in the bottom of the diamond. Basic Factoring Review STEP 5:

Place those factors, one in each side of the diamond, so that their total equals the term in the bottom of the diamond. Adjust signs as needed.

Basic Factoring Review STEP 6: Check that when you multiply the terms on the sides of the diamond, they equal the top, but when you combine them, they equal the bottom.

Basic Factoring Review STEP 7: Place the terms as follows in the box. (Track the terms in the circles as they move in the

box.)

Basic Factoring Review STEP 8: Fill out the cross products as you see here. Your cross products become your factors.

Basic Factoring DONE! Review The factors of my equation are Basic Factoring Review Now YOU try: My two factors will be: (

)( ) Basic Factoring Review Now YOU try: ( )(

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