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As you look at factoring difference of squares what would you spend more time on?
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41 Comments
Appold
3/9/2017 08:22:49 am
I find when the problem has 2 variables it makes the problem more confusing
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Norton
3/9/2017 08:22:55 am
Quadratic equations
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Ross
3/9/2017 08:23:03 am
Making sure that the answer is fully simplified.
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Pulaski
3/9/2017 08:23:09 am
I would spend more time on factoring the polynomials
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Mayfield
3/9/2017 08:23:15 am
We need e taught how to solve when equal to zero
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Wroblewski
3/9/2017 08:23:22 am
I would spend more time on the actual factors
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Watson
3/9/2017 08:23:28 am
Different ways of doing it
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AL.sears
3/9/2017 08:23:29 am
The solving ones when it's equal to 0
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MacGregor
3/9/2017 08:23:37 am
i wouldn't spend more time on seeing if it is a perfect square or not
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Gregory
3/9/2017 08:23:46 am
I would spend more time on solving the problems
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Kishigo
3/9/2017 08:23:48 am
you need to focus on whether or no it follows the (+) (-) rule
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Dallos
3/9/2017 08:23:57 am
Equal to 0
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Ferella
3/9/2017 08:23:59 am
I would spend more time on factoring when there are four numbers because it gets confusing and I would want to be more clear on it.
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Logee
3/9/2017 08:24:01 am
I understand how to do this pretty well. If anything I would spend more time on solving the grouping equations like the last one on the notes.
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Smith
3/9/2017 08:24:18 am
I would like to spend more time on deciding when a problem is prime
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Morey
3/9/2017 08:24:18 am
I would spend more time on the equations
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Gehres
3/9/2017 08:24:27 am
simplifying
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Mason d
3/9/2017 08:24:32 am
I would spend more time on knowing more about squares
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Knott
3/9/2017 08:24:41 am
You'd spend more time if there are 2 variables
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Hannah
3/9/2017 08:25:37 am
More time learning about factoring numbers that are needed to be simplified
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Kortman
3/9/2017 08:26:56 am
I need help when solving to zero
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Panos
3/9/2017 12:07:28 pm
How to break the numbers down more and where
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Lancaster
3/9/2017 12:07:50 pm
I don't understand when to do what.
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Kindsvatter, Klawuhi
3/9/2017 12:07:58 pm
when the problem has 2 variables it makes the problem harder
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L. Emmons
3/9/2017 12:08:05 pm
Knowing when the number is fully simplified
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Gendich
3/9/2017 12:08:06 pm
Slow down on steps.
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Mays & Himebauch
3/9/2017 12:08:11 pm
We both need more practice in general
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Waldvogel
3/9/2017 12:08:13 pm
I would spend more time on working with grouping when factoring.
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Ross
3/9/2017 12:08:14 pm
I would spend more time on find the GCF of each equation
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Gray and Swan
3/9/2017 12:08:20 pm
Gray: I'm great
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ava atchison
3/9/2017 12:08:33 pm
the stuff that equals zero
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Moore Madell wandrie
3/9/2017 12:08:38 pm
Spend more time going over each step slowly and get it simplified
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McLester
3/9/2017 12:08:39 pm
Knowing when the question is all done
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Shuman
3/9/2017 12:08:48 pm
How do you do it when it has 2 variables it confuses me
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Tripp
3/9/2017 12:08:54 pm
The factoring rules or something
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Shaw
3/9/2017 12:08:59 pm
Knowing when to do multiple steps while squaring it more
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Coveyou
3/9/2017 12:09:08 pm
Knowing when it is fully simplified
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Jimmy
3/9/2017 12:09:08 pm
Making sure the answet is fully simplified
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Jaylin mitchell
3/9/2017 12:09:37 pm
I had problems with math
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Chris hull
3/14/2017 08:38:19 am
I had troubles knowing if the problem was fully simplified or not.
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Rothman
3/16/2017 07:23:46 am
Not = 0
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