Standard #: MA.8.AR.1.3


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Rewrite the sum of two algebraic expressions having a common monomial factor as a common factor multiplied by the sum of two algebraic expressions.


Examples


The expression 99x-11x³ can be rewritten as 11x(9-x²) or as -11x(-9+x² ).

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Related Access Points

Access Point Number Access Point Title
MA.8.AR.1.AP.3 Rewrite the sum of two linear algebraic expressions having a common whole number monomial factor as the common factor multiplied by the sum of two linear algebraic expressions.


Related Resources

Formative Assessment

Name Description
Factored Forms

Students are given two expressions and asked to rewrite each in factored form using the fewest number of terms.

Tutorial

Name Description
Factor a Linear Expression by Taking a Common Factor

This video demonstrates how to factor a linear expression by taking a common factor.

Student Resources

Tutorial

Name Description
Factor a Linear Expression by Taking a Common Factor:

This video demonstrates how to factor a linear expression by taking a common factor.



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