Always create a plan before you start studying for the math exam.. Don’t just read over it like you would for a history class, because you can actually do math, but you can seldom do history. Working problems out will help burn them into your mind, and remember: if you can’t solve the problem before the exam, you won’t be able to solve it on the exam either. It is important to do questions because this is essentially how you are going to be tested. With questions.
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|Lesson 1 Factors and Greatest Common Factors|
|Lesson 2 Factor By Greatest Common Factor “GCF”|
|.||Lesson 3 Factor Trinomials when C is positive or Negative|
|Lesson 4 Factor by Difference of Two squares|
|Revision sheet Answer Key|