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  • 2 years ago

It's time to show off your creativity and teaching skills! Imagine you are scheduled to teach others while presenting your factoring skills to the class. Your goal for this activity is to illustrate all of the different methods of factoring. You may do this by writing a song or poem, making a video or audio recording, constructing a game, or designing a visual presentation such as a flowchart or PowerPoint. You must demonstrate techniques for factoring all of the following: Greatest Common Factors (GCF) Special Products (Difference of Squares and Perfect Square Trinomials)

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  1. brittneyy18rm
    • 2 years ago
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    Factoring Trinomials Factoring by Grouping (four-term polynomials and trinomials) Sum and Difference of Cubes

  2. brittneyy18rm
    • 2 years ago
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    please, can anyone help me out?

  3. jiteshmeghwal9
    • 2 years ago
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    dude u r asking for a tutorial. the best way for it is googling.

  4. brianhunter
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    so u need aa expalnation of those thing right?

  5. brittneyy18rm
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    I was thinking of doing the poem, but I have no idea how to start it

  6. brianhunter
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    well for the poem u can ue rhymezone.com

  7. brianhunter
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    i am not shure if i can help u eith this!!

  8. brittneyy18rm
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    I know, its a hard question :/

  9. brianhunter
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    well but we can work together.

  10. brianhunter
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    so tell me ur suggestions>>

  11. brittneyy18rm
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    hm, well I also thought about creating the game, maybe a factoring game by matching branches of a number? aghhh :/

  12. brianhunter
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    thats a not a goo idea

  13. brianhunter
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    maybe powerpoint?

  14. brittneyy18rm
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    powerpoints are out, don't have the sofware for it

  15. brianhunter
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    oh ok then i dont have any other suggestions sorry!!:(

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