What is one question you still have regarding factoring?

As you look at factoring what are two things you learned today regarding factoring?
What is one question you still have regarding factoring?
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Mayfield
3/15/2017 08:21:40 am
I understand a=1 and a=!1 but there are some with perfect squares that are still unclear.
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Norton
3/15/2017 08:21:52 am
A not equal to zero
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Logee
3/15/2017 08:22:07 am
I understand most of it, but I still need help figuring out which type of equation it is and how to solve.
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gallagher
3/15/2017 08:22:20 am
Nothing.
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Hull
3/15/2017 08:22:24 am
How to tell when the solution is fully simplified.
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David
3/15/2017 08:22:27 am
I learned how to factor better and that if there is a plus sign, it is prime.
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Dallos
3/15/2017 08:22:35 am
Solving equal to zero and not equal to zero
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Shaughn
3/15/2017 08:22:41 am
perfect squares and solving
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Nichols
3/15/2017 08:22:47 am
I learned how to factor fractions
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Ferella
3/15/2017 08:22:55 am
one thing i learned is how to factor fractions with square roots and one question i have is how to solve the equation when there's an x in the equal part
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Wroblewski
3/15/2017 08:23:04 am
One thing I am good at is factoring, one thing I still need help with is after multiplying a • c with big numbers and finding numbers that go in
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Gehres.
3/15/2017 08:23:16 am
Learned
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Leirstein
3/15/2017 08:23:30 am
I figured out how to factor with trinomials and a is not = 1. The only thing I still have left to do make sure it's 100% solved and not just factored
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Appold
3/15/2017 08:23:33 am
System of squares
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Gregory
3/15/2017 08:23:36 am
First always try to factor it if you can't the use GCF
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Dom
3/15/2017 08:23:42 am
1. I learned how to do the fraction problems
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Smith K
3/15/2017 08:23:42 am
1. I've gained knowledge on the subject of factoring
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Kortman Jared
3/15/2017 08:23:43 am
I learned when to use the diamond and when I could have used GCF. I still have troubles with all the kinds of problems of when I am done
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Whitney
3/15/2017 08:23:55 am
Factoring with perfect squares
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Morey
3/15/2017 08:23:56 am
I learned a and c multiply to get the top of the x i also learned the difference between a perfect square trinomial and a difference of squares what do u do with b
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Mason doe
3/15/2017 08:24:02 am
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Alex Ross
3/15/2017 08:24:05 am
1)Using the right setup to get the answer
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LeCureux
3/15/2017 08:24:49 am
How to do it more efficiently and how to tell if something is Difference of Squares.
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Sean Keller
3/15/2017 09:56:46 am
How exactly do you figure out the factors themselves but I'm not to sure that came out right
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Kindsvatter
3/15/2017 12:07:17 pm
I learned perfect squares and solving
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Michaela
3/15/2017 12:07:36 pm
1. Difference of squares
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Mays
3/15/2017 12:08:01 pm
1. positive or negative on perfect square
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Waldvogel
3/15/2017 12:08:03 pm
I understanding a lot of it but I still need help trying to figure out what kind of equation it is and how to factor it
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Gendich
3/15/2017 12:08:14 pm
I'm not sure what to do for each different question type.
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Gabby
3/15/2017 12:08:22 pm
I learned when you solve you have to set it equall to 0
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H. Barron
3/15/2017 12:08:23 pm
I learned how to factor when x is more than zero and I learned to do square roots quicker in my head.
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Ross
3/15/2017 12:08:39 pm
You can use the diamond for each problem
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Shaw and sears
3/15/2017 12:08:41 pm
I learned how to solve equations and factor
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ava
3/15/2017 12:08:46 pm
i learned how to do difference of squares and how to get the diamonds. i don't know what to do for each problem and how they're different
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Panos
3/15/2017 12:08:51 pm
1 I learned easier ways to break things down
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Sean madell, Matt wandrie, on seans phone!!!
3/15/2017 12:08:55 pm
Learned: how to factor difference of squares, how to do perfect square trinomials without diamond pattern
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Brandon klawuhn
3/15/2017 12:09:11 pm
How to factor polynomials and trinomials
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L. Emmons
3/15/2017 12:09:16 pm
1. Expanding factoring with perfect squares
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janelle
3/15/2017 12:09:28 pm
1. Expanding factoring with perfect squares.
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Jacob Swan
3/15/2017 12:09:50 pm
How to put a and c together and how to get x to equal the number.
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McLester
3/15/2017 12:09:56 pm
Expanding and how to do fraction problems we learned how to do 27 the practice side
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Shuman
3/15/2017 12:10:15 pm
When to use what
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Asriel
10/4/2017 10:32:01 am
Patterns in my life include moving. I have moved to 13 different schools. Each time I have moved it has been at least a distance of 70 miles or more. These patterns have helped me be patient during long car rides or trips.
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