Factor each expression below. Homework Help ✎
Look for a greatest common factor.
This is the difference of squares:
If you need more help, look up difference of squares in the glossary or find your class work from Lesson 3.1.2.
Always start by looking for a greatest common factor.
Can you factor the polynomial further?
Use a generic rectangle. Remember that the products of the diagonals must be equal.
Start by filling in the first and last terms.
What two numbers multiply to
and add to ?
Find the greatest common factor for each row and column.