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Algebra 1

Factoring Quadratics is one method to solving quadratic equations, but there are many special cases and methods to factoring. We will examine Basic Quadratic Factoring and Factoring Quadratics with Coefficients. Discover special cases, such as the Special Products Rule - Square of a Sum, to more easily factor quadratics by using patterns. With Quadratic Roots and Polynomial Roots, you will apply new levels of solutions using the FOIL method to algebraic equations.

- Factoring Monomials
- Polynomial Roots
- Factored and Expanded Polynomials
- Roots of Polynomial Factors
- Introduction to Quadratic Equations
- Quadratic Roots
- Quadratic Zeros and Factors
- Finding the Zero of a Factor
- Factoring Quadratic Equations
- Basic Quadratic Factoring
- Factoring Quadratics with Coefficients
- Sign in Quadratic Factoring
- Factoring Positive A and C
- Factoring Negative C
- Factoring Negative A
- Factoring Negative A and C
- Quadratic Factor Multiplication
- Multiplying Quadratic Factors
- Constructing a Quadratic
- Special Products Rule - Square of a Sum
- Special Products Rule - Square of a Difference
- Special Products Rule - Product of a Sum and a Difference
- Recognizing the Difference of Two Squares
- Factoring Binomials - Difference of Two Squares
- Using the Difference of Two Squares to Solve Equations
- Factoring Algebraic Expressions with a Lead Coefficient of One

Study fundamental topics in college-level algebra with emphasis on application.

Grasp core concepts of statistics such as probability distributions, approximations, and hypothesis-testing.

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