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  • 1. 2.6 Multi­Step Factoring 1 March 19, 2014 2.6 Multi-Step Factoring
  • 2. 2.6 Multi­Step Factoring 2 March 19, 2014 Most of the time we need to do several steps before we come to a completely and fully factored polynomial (i.e. in the simplest form possible). We have to look for... - GCF - Special polynomial - In the form ax2 + bx + c
  • 3. 2.6 Multi­Step Factoring 3 March 19, 2014
  • 4. 2.6 Multi­Step Factoring 4 March 19, 2014 When is a polynomial not factorable?
  • 5. 2.6 Multi­Step Factoring 5 March 19, 2014 What do we do when it's not factorable?
  • 6. 2.6 Multi­Step Factoring 6 March 19, 2014 Example 1: Factor -x2 + 2x - 15
  • 7. 2.6 Multi­Step Factoring 7 March 19, 2014 Example 2: Factor Fully -12a2b2 + 22 ab3 - 42a3b + 16ab
  • 8. 2.6 Multi­Step Factoring 8 March 19, 2014 Example 3: Factor fully: 60x2 -70x - 200
  • 9. 2.6 Multi­Step Factoring 9 March 19, 2014 Example 4: Factor Fully: 4x3 - 28x2 + 49x
  • 10. 2.6 Multi­Step Factoring 10 March 19, 2014 Example 5: Factor Fully: 16x4 - 81