Introduction
• Topic Outline
Finding the GCF of Numbers
• Factor Trees
• So What Exactly is the Greatest Common Factor?
• Example 1 - Two Numbers
• Example 2 - Two Numbers
• Example 3 - Three Numbers
Finding the GCF of Algebraic Expressions
• What's an Algebraic Expression?
• What's the GCF of an Algebraic Expression?
• Example 1 - One Variable
• Example 2 - Two Variables
• Example 3 - Two Variables
• Example 4 - Three Variables
Using the GCF to Factor Algebraic Expressions
• What Exactly is Factoring?
• Example 1 - One Variable
• Example 2 - One Variable
• Example 3 - Two Variables
• Example 4 - Three Variables
Factoring by Grouping
• Example 1
• Example 2
Factoring Special Types of Algebraic Expressions
• Sum of Cubes - Formula and Explanation
• Example 1 - Factoring a Sum of Cubes
• Example 2 - Factoring a Sum of Cubes
• Difference of Cubes - Formula and Explanation
• Example 3 - Factoring a Difference of Cubes
• Example 4 - Factoring a Difference of Cubes
• Difference of Squares - Formula and Explanation
• Example 5 - Factoring a Difference of Squares
• Example 6 - Factoring a Difference of Squares
Factoring Quadratic Expressions - Part 1 of 2