# 'Common factor' diaporamas de présentation

## Adding and subtracting rational expressions

Adding and subtracting rational expressions. With unlike denominators. Example – Express the following as a single fraction in simplest form. We can only combine fractions if they have the same denominator. As we can see, they don’t have the same denominator. Let’s factor. The LCD =.

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## Phenotypic factor analysis Conor V. Dolan & Abdel Abdellaoui

Phenotypic factor analysis Conor V. Dolan & Abdel Abdellaoui Biologische Psychologie, VU, Amsterdam Boulder Workshop - March 2016. Phenotypic factor analysis.

By Jimmy
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## X-box Factoring

X-box Factoring. Warm-Up. Please complete these individually. 1. Fill in the following X-solve problems. a. b. c. 2. Write the general form of a quadratic equation. 3. Divide using the box method.

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## 2-1

2-1. Rational Numbers. Course 3. Warm Up. Problem of the Day. Lesson Presentation. Warm Up Divide. 24. 12. 1. 36  3 2. 144  6. 3. 68  17 4. 345  115. 3. 4. 5. 1024  64. 16. Problem of the Day

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## Objectives The student will be able to:

Objectives The student will be able to:. Factor using the greatest common factor (GCF). SOL: A.2c. Designed by Skip Tyler, Varina High School. Review: What is the GCF of 25a 2 and 15a?. 5a Let’s go one step further… 1) FACTOR 25a 2 + 15a. Find the GCF and divide each term

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## Factors & Greatest Common Factors

Factors & Greatest Common Factors. CA 11.0. Objective - To write the prime factorization of numbers and find the greatest common factor of monomials. FUNDAMENTAL THEOREM of ARITHMETIC. For every composite number, there is one, and only one, prime factorization. PRIME FACTORIZATION.

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## Fractions VI Simplifying Fractions

Fractions VI Simplifying Fractions. By Monica Yuskaitis. Factor. A number that divides evenly into another. Factors of 24 are 1,2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 12 and 24. . What are the factors of 9?. Factors of 9 are 1, 3 and 9. What are the factors of 10?. Factors of 10 are 1, 5 and 10.

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5-4 Factoring Quadratic Expressions. M11.A.1.2.1: Find the Greatest Common Factor and/or the Least Common Multiple for sets of monomials M11.D.2.1.5: Solve quadratic equations using factoring M11.D.2.2.2: Factor algebraic expressions, including differences of squares and trinomials. Objectives.

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## Section 5.5 Greatest Common Factors & Factoring by Grouping

Section 5.5 Greatest Common Factors & Factoring by Grouping. Definitions Factor , Factoring, Prime Polynomial Common Factor of 2 or more terms Factoring a Monomial into two factors Identifying Common Monomial Factors Factoring Out Common Factors Arranging a 4 Term Polynomial into Groups

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## Factoring

Factoring. 2-7-3. Review of Distribution. Distribute 6(2x+1) 12x+6. Factoring. Assume 12x+6 is the result of distribution. What did it look like before the distribution was done? There was something outside a set of parenthesis and two terms inside the parenthesis.

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## Monday, 20181126

Monday, 20181126. Essential Questions EQ11: How are polynomials simplified and factored? Word Wall Greatest Common Factor (GCF) Polynomial Monomial Binomial Trinomial Terms. Agenda Bridge Math Store your phones Find your seat Bellwork: Math Minutes Calculator

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## Fractions VI Simplifying Fractions

Fractions VI Simplifying Fractions. Mr. Jerolaman. Factor. A number that divides evenly into another. Factors of 24 are 1,2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 12 and 24. What are the factors of 9?. Factors of 9 are 1, 3 and 9. What are the factors of 10?. Factors of 10 are 1, 5 and 10.

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## Finding the Greatest Common Factor

Finding the Greatest Common Factor. Grade 5. Lesson Objectives. 6.B.1.c Identify the greatest common factor 3.A.1.a Use technology tools, including software and hardware, from a range of teacher-selected options to learn a new content or reinforce skills. Think Backwards….

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## Polynomials and Polynomial Functions

Chapter 5. Polynomials and Polynomial Functions. Chapter Sections. 5.1 – Addition and Subtraction of Polynomials 5.2 – Multiplication of Polynomials 5.3 – Division of Polynomials and Synthetic Division 5.4 – Factoring a Monomial from a Polynomial and Factoring by Grouping

By ashley
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## Word & Letter Play The Value of Months

Word & Letter Play The Value of Months If March = 43 and May = 39, then by the same logic, what does July equal? STRATEGY: Look for a pattern – think of ways letters are represented by numbers . Word & Letter Play The Value of Months

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## Elementary Algebra

Elementary Algebra. A review of concepts and computational skills Chapters 5-7. Polynomials. Polynomial—term, degree, constant, coefficient, like terms Monomial, binomial, trinomial Adding and subtracting polynomials– look for like terms. Multiplying Polynomials.

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## CHAPTER 6: NUMBER THEORY Topics : - prime numbers, relative prime numbers, modular arithmetic, discovering primes, fin

CHAPTER 6: NUMBER THEORY Topics : - prime numbers, relative prime numbers, modular arithmetic, discovering primes, finding inverses of large primes, Euclid’s algorithm, Fermat’s theorem, & Euler’s totient function. Motivation: - public key cryptography is based on large

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## Indirect Argument: Contradiction and Contraposition

Indirect Argument: Contradiction and Contraposition. Method of Proof by Contradiction. Suppose the statement to be proved is false. Show that this supposition logically leads to a contradiction. Conclude that the statement to be proved is true. Method of Proof by Contradiction (Ex.).

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## IKAN Assessment

IKAN Assessment. This is a knowledge test so the questions come then go quite quickly. The questions start easy then get harder. Try to answer as many questions as you can but if they get too hard read a book quietly. Bank One. Question 1. What number is one more than 89?. Question 2.

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