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# Factoring by Grouping

## Use associative and commutative properties with factoring

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## Factoring by Grouping

Group terms in quadratic expressions to help completely factor them.
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## Factoring by Grouping: Polynomials

Factoring by Grouping Interactive
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## Factoring by Grouping

Shows how to simplify polynomials by grouping.
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## Factoring By Grouping: A Sample Application

This video demonstrates a sample use of factoring by grouping.
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## SAT Math (Numbers and Operations) - Practice 3.2

Overview
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## Factoring By Grouping: An Explanation of the Concept

This video provides an explanation of the concept of factoring by grouping.
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## Factoring by Grouping Discussion Questions

A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Factoring by Grouping.
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## Candy

Students will apply their understanding of the distributive property by proving it with an example of selling candy bars.
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