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5 6 substitution and factoring formulas

  1. 1. Factoring Formulas and Substitution
  2. 2. We evaluated expressions with numerical inputs. Factoring Formulas and Substitution
  3. 3. We evaluated expressions with numerical inputs. Factoring Formulas and Substitution Evaluating A2 – B2 with A = 2, B = 1 as inputs, the output is 3.
  4. 4. We evaluated expressions with numerical inputs. Factoring Formulas and Substitution Evaluating A2 – B2 with A = 2, B = 1 as inputs, the output is 3. We extend this procedure to using expressions as inputs and say that we “substitute the variables with the expressions...".
  5. 5. We evaluated expressions with numerical inputs. Factoring Formulas and Substitution Example A. Substitute A2 – B2 with A = x + 2 and B = 2x. Expand and simplify the result. Evaluating A2 – B2 with A = 2, B = 1 as inputs, the output is 3. We extend this procedure to using expressions as inputs and say that we “substitute the variables with the expressions...".
  6. 6. We evaluated expressions with numerical inputs. Factoring Formulas and Substitution Example A. Substitute A2 – B2 with A = x + 2 and B = 2x. Expand and simplify the result. Replace A by (x + 2), and B by (2x) Evaluating A2 – B2 with A = 2, B = 1 as inputs, the output is 3. We extend this procedure to using expressions as inputs and say that we “substitute the variables with the expressions...".
  7. 7. We evaluated expressions with numerical inputs. Factoring Formulas and Substitution Example A. Substitute A2 – B2 with A = x + 2 and B = 2x. Expand and simplify the result. Replace A by (x + 2), and B by (2x) We also say that we “plug in” (x + 2) for A Evaluating A2 – B2 with A = 2, B = 1 as inputs, the output is 3. We extend this procedure to using expressions as inputs and say that we “substitute the variables with the expressions...".
  8. 8. We evaluated expressions with numerical inputs. Factoring Formulas and Substitution Example A. Substitute A2 – B2 with A = x + 2 and B = 2x. Expand and simplify the result. Replace A by (x + 2), and B by (2x) make sure to encase the inputs in the ( )’s We also say that we “plug in” (x + 2) for A Evaluating A2 – B2 with A = 2, B = 1 as inputs, the output is 3. We extend this procedure to using expressions as inputs and say that we “substitute the variables with the expressions...".
  9. 9. We evaluated expressions with numerical inputs. Factoring Formulas and Substitution Example A. Substitute A2 – B2 with A = x + 2 and B = 2x. Expand and simplify the result. Replace A by (x + 2), and B by (2x) we have (x + 2)2 – (2x)2 make sure to encase the inputs in the ( )’s We also say that we “plug in” (x + 2) for A Evaluating A2 – B2 with A = 2, B = 1 as inputs, the output is 3. We extend this procedure to using expressions as inputs and say that we “substitute the variables with the expressions...".
  10. 10. We evaluated expressions with numerical inputs. Factoring Formulas and Substitution Example A. Substitute A2 – B2 with A = x + 2 and B = 2x. Expand and simplify the result. Replace A by (x + 2), and B by (2x) we have (x + 2)2 – (2x)2 = x2 + 4x + 4 – 4x2 = –3x2 + 4x + 4 make sure to encase the inputs in the ( )’s We also say that we “plug in” (x + 2) for A Evaluating A2 – B2 with A = 2, B = 1 as inputs, the output is 3. We extend this procedure to using expressions as inputs and say that we “substitute the variables with the expressions...".
  11. 11. We evaluated expressions with numerical inputs. Factoring Formulas and Substitution Example A. Substitute A2 – B2 with A = x + 2 and B = 2x. Expand and simplify the result. Replace A by (x + 2), and B by (2x) we have (x + 2)2 – (2x)2 = x2 + 4x + 4 – 4x2 = –3x2 + 4x + 4 make sure to encase the inputs in the ( )’s Reverse the procedure. We also say that we “plug in” (x + 2) for A Evaluating A2 – B2 with A = 2, B = 1 as inputs, the output is 3. We extend this procedure to using expressions as inputs and say that we “substitute the variables with the expressions...".
  12. 12. We evaluated expressions with numerical inputs. Factoring Formulas and Substitution Example A. Substitute A2 – B2 with A = x + 2 and B = 2x. Expand and simplify the result. Replace A by (x + 2), and B by (2x) we have (x + 2)2 – (2x)2 = x2 + 4x + 4 – 4x2 = –3x2 + 4x + 4 make sure to encase the inputs in the ( )’s Reverse the procedure. Sometime the inputs can be easily identified when the formula and the outcome are given. We also say that we “plug in” (x + 2) for A Evaluating A2 – B2 with A = 2, B = 1 as inputs, the output is 3. We extend this procedure to using expressions as inputs and say that we “substitute the variables with the expressions...".
  13. 13. We evaluated expressions with numerical inputs. Factoring Formulas and Substitution Example A. Substitute A2 – B2 with A = x + 2 and B = 2x. Expand and simplify the result. Replace A by (x + 2), and B by (2x) we have (x + 2)2 – (2x)2 = x2 + 4x + 4 – 4x2 = –3x2 + 4x + 4 Example B. Evaluating A2 – B2 and we obtain a. 4x2 – 9y2, what are the A and B? make sure to encase the inputs in the ( )’s Reverse the procedure. Sometime the inputs can be easily identified when the formula and the outcome are given. We also say that we “plug in” (x + 2) for A Evaluating A2 – B2 with A = 2, B = 1 as inputs, the output is 3. We extend this procedure to using expressions as inputs and say that we “substitute the variables with the expressions...".
  14. 14. We evaluated expressions with numerical inputs. Factoring Formulas and Substitution Example A. Substitute A2 – B2 with A = x + 2 and B = 2x. Expand and simplify the result. Replace A by (x + 2), and B by (2x) we have (x + 2)2 – (2x)2 = x2 + 4x + 4 – 4x2 = –3x2 + 4x + 4 Example B. Evaluating A2 – B2 and we obtain a. 4x2 – 9y2, what are the A and B? Matching the A2 = 4x2, we’re asking ( ? )2 = 4x2, so A = (2x). make sure to encase the inputs in the ( )’s Reverse the procedure. Sometime the inputs can be easily identified when the formula and the outcome are given. We also say that we “plug in” (x + 2) for A Evaluating A2 – B2 with A = 2, B = 1 as inputs, the output is 3. We extend this procedure to using expressions as inputs and say that we “substitute the variables with the expressions...".
  15. 15. We evaluated expressions with numerical inputs. Factoring Formulas and Substitution Example A. Substitute A2 – B2 with A = x + 2 and B = 2x. Expand and simplify the result. Replace A by (x + 2), and B by (2x) we have (x + 2)2 – (2x)2 = x2 + 4x + 4 – 4x2 = –3x2 + 4x + 4 Example B. Evaluating A2 – B2 and we obtain a. 4x2 – 9y2, what are the A and B? Matching the A2 = 4x2, we’re asking ( ? )2 = 4x2, so A = (2x). Similarly we conclude that B = (3y). make sure to encase the inputs in the ( )’s Reverse the procedure. Sometime the inputs can be easily identified when the formula and the outcome are given. We also say that we “plug in” (x + 2) for A Evaluating A2 – B2 with A = 2, B = 1 as inputs, the output is 3. We extend this procedure to using expressions as inputs and say that we “substitute the variables with the expressions...".
  16. 16. c. x2 + 2xy + y2 – 9, what are the A and B? Factoring Formulas and Substitution b. 25x2y4 – 1, what are the A and B?
  17. 17. c. x2 + 2xy + y2 – 9, what are the A and B? Factoring Formulas and Substitution b. 25x2y4 – 1, what are the A and B? Matching the A2 = 25x2y4 and B2 = 1, we have that A = 5xy2 and B = 1.
  18. 18. c. x2 + 2xy + y2 – 9, what are the A and B? Factoring Formulas and Substitution b. 25x2y4 – 1, what are the A and B? Matching the A2 = 25x2y4 and B2 = 1, we have that A = 5xy2 and B = 1. Factor x2 + 2xy + y2 = (x + y)(x + y) = (x + y)2,
  19. 19. c. x2 + 2xy + y2 – 9, what are the A and B? Factoring Formulas and Substitution b. 25x2y4 – 1, what are the A and B? Matching the A2 = 25x2y4 and B2 = 1, we have that A = 5xy2 and B = 1. so x2 + 2xy + y2 – 9 = (x + y)2 – 32. Factor x2 + 2xy + y2 = (x + y)(x + y) = (x + y)2,
  20. 20. c. x2 + 2xy + y2 – 9, what are the A and B? Factoring Formulas and Substitution b. 25x2y4 – 1, what are the A and B? Matching the A2 = 25x2y4 and B2 = 1, we have that A = 5xy2 and B = 1. so x2 + 2xy + y2 – 9 = (x + y)2 – 32. Hence A = (x + y) and B = 3. Factor x2 + 2xy + y2 = (x + y)(x + y) = (x + y)2,
  21. 21. c. x2 + 2xy + y2 – 9, what are the A and B? Factoring Formulas and Substitution b. 25x2y4 – 1, what are the A and B? Matching the A2 = 25x2y4 and B2 = 1, we have that A = 5xy2 and B = 1. so x2 + 2xy + y2 – 9 = (x + y)2 – 32. Hence A = (x + y) and B = 3. a. we obtain x3 – 125, what are the A and B? b. we obtain 8y3 – (2 – y)3 , what are the A and B? Factor x2 + 2xy + y2 = (x + y)(x + y) = (x + y)2, Example C. Evaluating A3 – B3 with inputs A and B
  22. 22. c. x2 + 2xy + y2 – 9, what are the A and B? Factoring Formulas and Substitution b. 25x2y4 – 1, what are the A and B? Matching the A2 = 25x2y4 and B2 = 1, we have that A = 5xy2 and B = 1. so x2 + 2xy + y2 – 9 = (x + y)2 – 32. Hence A = (x + y) and B = 3. a. we obtain x3 – 125, what are the A and B? Matching A3 = x3, we have A = x. Similarly we’ve B3 = 125 so B = 5. b. we obtain 8y3 – (2 – y)3 , what are the A and B? Factor x2 + 2xy + y2 = (x + y)(x + y) = (x + y)2, Example C. Evaluating A3 – B3 with inputs A and B
  23. 23. c. x2 + 2xy + y2 – 9, what are the A and B? Factoring Formulas and Substitution b. 25x2y4 – 1, what are the A and B? Matching the A2 = 25x2y4 and B2 = 1, we have that A = 5xy2 and B = 1. so x2 + 2xy + y2 – 9 = (x + y)2 – 32. Hence A = (x + y) and B = 3. a. we obtain x3 – 125, what are the A and B? Matching A3 = x3, we have A = x. Similarly we’ve B3 = 125 so B = 5. b. we obtain 8y3 – (2 – y)3 , what are the A and B? Matching the A3 = 8y3, we have A = 2y. By inspection, we have B = (2 – y). Factor x2 + 2xy + y2 = (x + y)(x + y) = (x + y)2, Example C. Evaluating A3 – B3 with inputs A and B
  24. 24. c. x2 + 2xy + y2 – 9, what are the A and B? Factoring Formulas and Substitution b. 25x2y4 – 1, what are the A and B? Matching the A2 = 25x2y4 and B2 = 1, we have that A = 5xy2 and B = 1. so x2 + 2xy + y2 – 9 = (x + y)2 – 32. Hence A = (x + y) and B = 3. a. we obtain x3 – 125, what are the A and B? Matching A3 = x3, we have A = x. Similarly we’ve B3 = 125 so B = 5. b. we obtain 8y3 – (2 – y)3 , what are the A and B? Matching the A3 = 8y3, we have A = 2y. By inspection, we have B = (2 – y). Recall the conjugate product formula (A – B)(A + B) = A2 – B2. Factor x2 + 2xy + y2 = (x + y)(x + y) = (x + y)2, Example C. Evaluating A3 – B3 with inputs A and B
  25. 25. The reverse of the conjugate product formula is the factoring formula for difference of squares: A2 – B2 = (A – B) (A + B) Factoring Formulas and Substitution
  26. 26. The reverse of the conjugate product formula is the factoring formula for difference of squares: A2 – B2 = (A – B) (A + B) As suggested by the name, we use this formula when the expression is the subtraction of two perfect-square terms. Factoring Formulas and Substitution
  27. 27. Example D. a. x2 – 25 The reverse of the conjugate product formula is the factoring formula for difference of squares: A2 – B2 = (A – B) (A + B) As suggested by the name, we use this formula when the expression is the subtraction of two perfect-square terms. Factoring Formulas and Substitution
  28. 28. Example D. a. x2 – 25 = (x)2 – (5)2 The reverse of the conjugate product formula is the factoring formula for difference of squares: A2 – B2 = (A – B) (A + B) As suggested by the name, we use this formula when the expression is the subtraction of two perfect-square terms. Factoring Formulas and Substitution
  29. 29. Example D. a. x2 – 25 = (x)2 – (5)2 = (x + 5)(x – 5) The reverse of the conjugate product formula is the factoring formula for difference of squares: A2 – B2 = (A – B) (A + B) As suggested by the name, we use this formula when the expression is the subtraction of two perfect-square terms. Factoring Formulas and Substitution
  30. 30. Example D. a. x2 – 25 = (x)2 – (5)2 = (x + 5)(x – 5) b. 4x2 – 9y2 The reverse of the conjugate product formula is the factoring formula for difference of squares: A2 – B2 = (A – B) (A + B) As suggested by the name, we use this formula when the expression is the subtraction of two perfect-square terms. Factoring Formulas and Substitution
  31. 31. Example D. a. x2 – 25 = (x)2 – (5)2 = (x + 5)(x – 5) b. 4x2 – 9y2 = (2x)2 – (3y)2 The reverse of the conjugate product formula is the factoring formula for difference of squares: A2 – B2 = (A – B) (A + B) As suggested by the name, we use this formula when the expression is the subtraction of two perfect-square terms. Factoring Formulas and Substitution
  32. 32. Example D. a. x2 – 25 = (x)2 – (5)2 = (x + 5)(x – 5) b. 4x2 – 9y2 = (2x)2 – (3y)2 = (2x – 3y)(2x + 3y) The reverse of the conjugate product formula is the factoring formula for difference of squares: A2 – B2 = (A – B) (A + B) As suggested by the name, we use this formula when the expression is the subtraction of two perfect-square terms. Factoring Formulas and Substitution
  33. 33. Example D. a. x2 – 25 = (x)2 – (5)2 = (x + 5)(x – 5) b. 4x2 – 9y2 = (2x)2 – (3y)2 = (2x – 3y)(2x + 3y) c. 25A2B4 – 1 The reverse of the conjugate product formula is the factoring formula for difference of squares: A2 – B2 = (A – B) (A + B) As suggested by the name, we use this formula when the expression is the subtraction of two perfect-square terms. Factoring Formulas and Substitution
  34. 34. Example D. a. x2 – 25 = (x)2 – (5)2 = (x + 5)(x – 5) b. 4x2 – 9y2 = (2x)2 – (3y)2 = (2x – 3y)(2x + 3y) c. 25A2B4 – 1 = (5AB2)2 – (1)2 The reverse of the conjugate product formula is the factoring formula for difference of squares: A2 – B2 = (A – B) (A + B) As suggested by the name, we use this formula when the expression is the subtraction of two perfect-square terms. Factoring Formulas and Substitution
  35. 35. Example D. a. x2 – 25 = (x)2 – (5)2 = (x + 5)(x – 5) b. 4x2 – 9y2 = (2x)2 – (3y)2 = (2x – 3y)(2x + 3y) c. 25A2B4 – 1 = (5AB2)2 – (1)2 = (5AB2 – 1)(5AB2 + 1) The reverse of the conjugate product formula is the factoring formula for difference of squares: A2 – B2 = (A – B) (A + B) As suggested by the name, we use this formula when the expression is the subtraction of two perfect-square terms. Factoring Formulas and Substitution
  36. 36. d. (A + 2B)2 – 16 Factoring Formulas and Substitution
  37. 37. d. (A + 2B)2 – 16 = (A + 2B)2 – (4)2 Factoring Formulas and Substitution
  38. 38. d. (A + 2B)2 – 16 = (A + 2B)2 – (4)2 = ((A + 2B) – 4)((A + 2B) + 4) Factoring Formulas and Substitution
  39. 39. d. (A + 2B)2 – 16 = (A + 2B)2 – (4)2 = ((A + 2B) – 4)((A + 2B) + 4) = (A + 2B – 4)(A + 2B + 4) Factoring Formulas and Substitution
  40. 40. d. (A + 2B)2 – 16 = (A + 2B)2 – (4)2 = ((A + 2B) – 4)((A + 2B) + 4) = (A + 2B – 4)(A + 2B + 4) Factoring Formulas and Substitution
  41. 41. d. (A + 2B)2 – 16 = (A + 2B)2 – (4)2 = ((A + 2B) – 4)((A + 2B) + 4) = (A + 2B – 4)(A + 2B + 4) Factoring Formulas and Substitution Caution: The expressions of two squares of the same sign: (A2 + B2) or (– A2 – B2) are prime.
  42. 42. d. (A + 2B)2 – 16 = (A + 2B)2 – (4)2 = ((A + 2B) – 4)((A + 2B) + 4) = (A + 2B – 4)(A + 2B + 4) Factoring Formulas and Substitution Caution: The expressions of two squares of the same sign: (A2 + B2) or (– A2 – B2) are prime. For example, –9 – 4x2 is not factorable.
  43. 43. d. (A + 2B)2 – 16 = (A + 2B)2 – (4)2 = ((A + 2B) – 4)((A + 2B) + 4) = (A + 2B – 4)(A + 2B + 4) Sum and Difference of Cubes Factoring Formulas and Substitution Caution: The expressions of two squares of the same sign: (A2 + B2) or (– A2 – B2) are prime. For example, –9 – 4x2 is not factorable.
  44. 44. d. (A + 2B)2 – 16 = (A + 2B)2 – (4)2 = ((A + 2B) – 4)((A + 2B) + 4) = (A + 2B – 4)(A + 2B + 4) Sum and Difference of Cubes Both the difference and the sum of cubes may be factored. Factoring Formulas and Substitution Caution: The expressions of two squares of the same sign: (A2 + B2) or (– A2 – B2) are prime. For example, –9 – 4x2 is not factorable.
  45. 45. d. (A + 2B)2 – 16 = (A + 2B)2 – (4)2 = ((A + 2B) – 4)((A + 2B) + 4) = (A + 2B – 4)(A + 2B + 4) Sum and Difference of Cubes Both the difference and the sum of cubes may be factored. If we try to factor A3 – B3, we might guess that A3 – B3 = (A – B)(A2 + B2) Factoring Formulas and Substitution Caution: The expressions of two squares of the same sign: (A2 + B2) or (– A2 – B2) are prime. For example, –9 – 4x2 is not factorable.
  46. 46. d. (A + 2B)2 – 16 = (A + 2B)2 – (4)2 = ((A + 2B) – 4)((A + 2B) + 4) = (A + 2B – 4)(A + 2B + 4) Sum and Difference of Cubes Both the difference and the sum of cubes may be factored. If we try to factor A3 – B3, we might guess that A3 – B3 = (A – B)(A2 + B2) But this does not work because we have the inner and outer products –BA2 and AB2 remaining in the expansion as shown here. Factoring Formulas and Substitution Caution: The expressions of two squares of the same sign: (A2 + B2) or (– A2 – B2) are prime. For example, –9 – 4x2 is not factorable.
  47. 47. d. (A + 2B)2 – 16 = (A + 2B)2 – (4)2 = ((A + 2B) – 4)((A + 2B) + 4) = (A + 2B – 4)(A + 2B + 4) Sum and Difference of Cubes Both the difference and the sum of cubes may be factored. If we try to factor A3 – B3, we might guess that A3 – B3 = (A – B)(A2 + B2) = A3 –BA2 + AB2 – B3 But this does not work because we have the inner and outer products –BA2 and AB2 remaining in the expansion as shown here. Factoring Formulas and Substitution Caution: The expressions of two squares of the same sign: (A2 + B2) or (– A2 – B2) are prime. For example, –9 – 4x2 is not factorable.
  48. 48. But if we put in the adjustment +AB, then all the cross- products with A and B are eliminated. (A – B)(A2 + AB + B2) Factoring Formulas and Substitution
  49. 49. But if we put in the adjustment +AB, then all the cross- products with A and B are eliminated. That is (A – B)(A2 + AB + B2) = A3 + A2B + AB2 – BA2 – B2A – B3 = A3 – B3 Factoring Formulas and Substitution
  50. 50. But if we put in the adjustment +AB, then all the cross- products with A and B are eliminated. That is (A – B)(A2 + AB + B2) = A3 + A2B + AB2 – BA2 – B2A – B3 = A3 – B3 Hence A3 – B3 = (A – B)(A2 + AB + B2) Factoring Formulas and Substitution
  51. 51. But if we put in the adjustment +AB, then all the cross- products with A and B are eliminated. That is (A – B)(A2 + AB + B2) = A3 + A2B + AB2 – BA2 – B2A – B3 = A3 – B3 Hence A3 – B3 = (A – B)(A2 + AB + B2) Through a similar argument we have that A3 + B3 = (A + B)(A2 – AB + B2) Factoring Formulas and Substitution
  52. 52. But if we put in the adjustment +AB, then all the cross- products with A and B are eliminated. That is (A – B)(A2 + AB + B2) = A3 + A2B + AB2 – BA2 – B2A – B3 = A3 – B3 Hence A3 – B3 = (A – B)(A2 + AB + B2) Through a similar argument we have that A3 + B3 = (A + B)(A2 – AB + B2) We write these two formulas together as A3 B3 = (A B)(A2 AB + B2)+– +–+– Factoring Formulas and Substitution
  53. 53. But if we put in the adjustment +AB, then all the cross- products with A and B are eliminated. That is (A – B)(A2 + AB + B2) = A3 + A2B + AB2 – BA2 – B2A – B3 = A3 – B3 Hence A3 – B3 = (A – B)(A2 + AB + B2) Through a similar argument we have that A3 + B3 = (A + B)(A2 – AB + B2) We write these two formulas together as A3 B3 = (A B)(A2 AB + B2)+– +–+– Note that the signs are reversed for the adjustments in these formulas. Factoring Formulas and Substitution
  54. 54. Example E. a. 8x3 – 27 Factoring Formulas and Substitution
  55. 55. Example E. a. 8x3 – 27 (Note that both 8 and 27 are cubes) Factoring Formulas and Substitution
  56. 56. Example E. a. 8x3 – 27 (Note that both 8 and 27 are cubes) = (2x)3 – (3)3 Factoring Formulas and Substitution
  57. 57. Example E. a. 8x3 – 27 (Note that both 8 and 27 are cubes) = (2x)3 – (3)3 = (2x – 3)((2x)2 + (2x)(3) +(3)2) Factoring Formulas and Substitution
  58. 58. Example E. a. 8x3 – 27 (Note that both 8 and 27 are cubes) = (2x)3 – (3)3 = (2x – 3)((2x)2 + (2x)(3) +(3)2) = (2x – 3)(4x2 + 6x + 9) Factoring Formulas and Substitution
  59. 59. Example E. a. 8x3 – 27 (Note that both 8 and 27 are cubes) = (2x)3 – (3)3 = (2x – 3)((2x)2 + (2x)(3) +(3)2) = (2x – 3)(4x2 + 6x + 9) b. 64A3 + 125 Factoring Formulas and Substitution
  60. 60. Example E. a. 8x3 – 27 (Note that both 8 and 27 are cubes) = (2x)3 – (3)3 = (2x – 3)((2x)2 + (2x)(3) +(3)2) = (2x – 3)(4x2 + 6x + 9) b. 64A3 + 125 (both 64 and 125 are cubes) Factoring Formulas and Substitution
  61. 61. Example E. a. 8x3 – 27 (Note that both 8 and 27 are cubes) = (2x)3 – (3)3 = (2x – 3)((2x)2 + (2x)(3) +(3)2) = (2x – 3)(4x2 + 6x + 9) b. 64A3 + 125 (both 64 and 125 are cubes) = (4A)3 + (5)3 Factoring Formulas and Substitution
  62. 62. Example E. a. 8x3 – 27 (Note that both 8 and 27 are cubes) = (2x)3 – (3)3 = (2x – 3)((2x)2 + (2x)(3) +(3)2) = (2x – 3)(4x2 + 6x + 9) b. 64A3 + 125 (both 64 and 125 are cubes) = (4A)3 + (5)3 = (4A + 5)((4A)2 – (4A)(5) +(5)2) Factoring Formulas and Substitution
  63. 63. Example E. a. 8x3 – 27 (Note that both 8 and 27 are cubes) = (2x)3 – (3)3 = (2x – 3)((2x)2 + (2x)(3) +(3)2) = (2x – 3)(4x2 + 6x + 9) b. 64A3 + 125 (both 64 and 125 are cubes) = (4A)3 + (5)3 = (4A + 5)((4A)2 – (4A)(5) +(5)2) = (4A + 5)(16A2 – 20A + 25) Factoring Formulas and Substitution
  64. 64. Example E. a. 8x3 – 27 (Note that both 8 and 27 are cubes) = (2x)3 – (3)3 = (2x – 3)((2x)2 + (2x)(3) +(3)2) = (2x – 3)(4x2 + 6x + 9) b. 64A3 + 125 (both 64 and 125 are cubes) = (4A)3 + (5)3 = (4A + 5)((4A)2 – (4A)(5) +(5)2) = (4A + 5)(16A2 – 20A + 25) Summary on Factoring Factoring Formulas and Substitution
  65. 65. Example E. a. 8x3 – 27 (Note that both 8 and 27 are cubes) = (2x)3 – (3)3 = (2x – 3)((2x)2 + (2x)(3) +(3)2) = (2x – 3)(4x2 + 6x + 9) b. 64A3 + 125 (both 64 and 125 are cubes) = (4A)3 + (5)3 = (4A + 5)((4A)2 – (4A)(5) +(5)2) = (4A + 5)(16A2 – 20A + 25) Summary on Factoring I. Always factor out the GCF first. Factoring Formulas and Substitution
  66. 66. Example E. a. 8x3 – 27 (Note that both 8 and 27 are cubes) = (2x)3 – (3)3 = (2x – 3)((2x)2 + (2x)(3) +(3)2) = (2x – 3)(4x2 + 6x + 9) b. 64A3 + 125 (both 64 and 125 are cubes) = (4A)3 + (5)3 = (4A + 5)((4A)2 – (4A)(5) +(5)2) = (4A + 5)(16A2 – 20A + 25) Summary on Factoring I. Always factor out the GCF first. II. Make sure the leading term is positive and all terms are arranged in order. Factoring Formulas and Substitution
  67. 67. Example E. a. 8x3 – 27 (Note that both 8 and 27 are cubes) = (2x)3 – (3)3 = (2x – 3)((2x)2 + (2x)(3) +(3)2) = (2x – 3)(4x2 + 6x + 9) b. 64A3 + 125 (both 64 and 125 are cubes) = (4A)3 + (5)3 = (4A + 5)((4A)2 – (4A)(5) +(5)2) = (4A + 5)(16A2 – 20A + 25) Summary on Factoring I. Always factor out the GCF first. II. Make sure the leading term is positive and all terms are arranged in order. III. If left with a trinomial, use reverse-FOIL or ac-method. Factoring Formulas and Substitution
  68. 68. Example E. a. 8x3 – 27 (Note that both 8 and 27 are cubes) = (2x)3 – (3)3 = (2x – 3)((2x)2 + (2x)(3) +(3)2) = (2x – 3)(4x2 + 6x + 9) b. 64A3 + 125 (both 64 and 125 are cubes) = (4A)3 + (5)3 = (4A + 5)((4A)2 – (4A)(5) +(5)2) = (4A + 5)(16A2 – 20A + 25) Summary on Factoring I. Always factor out the GCF first. II. Make sure the leading term is positive and all terms are arranged in order. III. If left with a trinomial, use reverse-FOIL or ac-method. IV. If it is a two-term expression, try factoring by formula. Factoring Formulas and Substitution
  69. 69. Example E. a. 8x3 – 27 (Note that both 8 and 27 are cubes) = (2x)3 – (3)3 = (2x – 3)((2x)2 + (2x)(3) +(3)2) = (2x – 3)(4x2 + 6x + 9) b. 64A3 + 125 (both 64 and 125 are cubes) = (4A)3 + (5)3 = (4A + 5)((4A)2 – (4A)(5) +(5)2) = (4A + 5)(16A2 – 20A + 25) Summary on Factoring I. Always factor out the GCF first. II. Make sure the leading term is positive and all terms are arranged in order. III. If left with a trinomial, use reverse-FOIL or ac-method. IV. If it is a two-term expression, try factoring by formula. V. If it is a four term expression, try the grouping-method. Factoring Formulas and Substitution
  70. 70. Example F. Factor completely. A. 20A3 – 45A Summary on Factoring
  71. 71. Example F. Factor completely. A. 20A3 – 45A Take out the common factor = 5A(4A2 – 9) Summary on Factoring
  72. 72. Example F. Factor completely. A. 20A3 – 45A Take out the common factor = 5A(4A2 – 9) Difference of square = 5A(2A – 3)(2A + 3) Summary on Factoring
  73. 73. Example F. Factor completely. A. 20A3 – 45A Take out the common factor = 5A(4A2 – 9) Difference of square = 5A(2A – 3)(2A + 3) B. –20A3 + 45A2 – 10A Summary on Factoring
  74. 74. Example F. Factor completely. A. 20A3 – 45A Take out the common factor = 5A(4A2 – 9) Difference of square = 5A(2A – 3)(2A + 3) B. –20A3 + 45A2 – 10A Take out the common factor and -1 = –5A(4A2 – 9A + 2) Summary on Factoring
  75. 75. Example F. Factor completely. A. 20A3 – 45A Take out the common factor = 5A(4A2 – 9) Difference of square = 5A(2A – 3)(2A + 3) B. –20A3 + 45A2 – 10A Take out the common factor and -1 = –5A(4A2 – 9A + 2) Summary on Factoring = –5A(4A – 1)(A – 2)
  76. 76. Exercise A. Simplify with the given substitution. Simplify your answers when possible. Summary on Factoring For 1- 8, Simplify A2 – B2 with the given substitution. 1. A = x, B = 1 2. A = 3, B = 2y 3. A = 2xy, B = 1 4. A = x + y, B = 2 5. A = (x – 3), B = x 6. A = 2x, B = (x – 1) 7. A = (x – 3), B = (x – 1) 8. A = (2x + 1), B = (2x – 1) For 9-14, simplify A3 – B3 with the given substitution. 9. A = x, B = 2 10. A = 3x, B = 2 11. A = 2x, B = 3y 12. A = 1, B = 2xy 13. A = 4x, B = 5 14. A = 6x, B = 5y 15. Simplify x2 – 2x + 10 with the substitution x = (2 + h) 16. Simplify x2 + 3x – 4 with the substitution x = (–3 + h)
  77. 77. B. Identify the substitution for A and B then factor the expression using the pattern A2 – B2 = (A – B)(A + B). Summary on Factoring 17. x2 – 1 18. 9 – 4y2 23. 4x2y2 – 1 26. x2 + 2xy + y2 – 4 21. 25x2 – 64 22. 9 – 49y2 25. 4 – 81x2y2 24. 98x2 – 8 19. x2 – 9 20. 25 – y2 C. Identify the substitution for A and B then factor the expression using the pattern A3 ± B3 = (A ± B)(A2 AB + B2).+ 29. 8x2z – 98z 27. 50x2 – 18y2 28. 36x3 – 25x 30. x2 – y2 – 2y – 1 31. x3 – 1 32. x3 – 8 37. x3 – 125 36. 27 – 8y334. x3 + 8 35. 64 + y3 33. 27 – y3 38. 27x3 – 64 39. x3 – 1000

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