Factoring a=1
Differences of Squares
Factoring a>1
Factoring with GCF
Coleman Facts
100

x²-5x-6

(x-6)(x+1)

x=6,-1

100

x²-100

(x+10)(x-10)

x=-10, 10

100

2x²-9x-5

(x-5)(2x+1)

x=5, -1/2

100

3x²+15x+18

3(x+3)(x+2)


100

What is Mr. Coleman's son's name?

Silas

200

x²+7x-18

(x+9)(x-2)

x=-9, 2

200

x²-400

(x+20)(x-20)

x= -20, 20

200

2x²+3x-5

(2x+5)(x-1)

x= -5/2, 1

200

4x²+24x+36

4(x+3)(x+3)


200

True or false? Mrs. Coleman teaches 6th grade math.

True

300

x²+14x+40

(x+10)(x+4)

x=-10,-4

300

9x²-64

(3x+8)(3x-8)

x= 8/3, -8/3

300

2x²-9x+10

(2x-5)(x-2)

x= 2, 5/2

300

Double Jeopardy

2x2-2x-24

2(x+3)(x-4)

300

True or False? Mr. Coleman has three golden retrievers named Copper, Daisy, and Tanner

False: Two 

Copper and Daisy

400

x²-16x+39

(x-13)(x-3)

x=3, 13

400

16x²-9

(4x+3)(4x-3)

x=-3/4, 3/4

400

2x²+15x+25

(x+5)(2x+5)

x= -5, -5/2

400

4x²-4x-80

4(x-5)(x+4)

400

True or False? Mr. Coleman graduated from Morehead State University with a degree in Middle Grades Math and English

True

500

x²+21x-100

(x+25)(x-4)

x=-25, 4

500

49x²-36

(7x+6)(7x-6)

x= -6/7, 6/7

500

5x²-13x-6

(x-3)(5x+2)

x=3, -2/5


500

2x³-18x²+40x

2x(x-5)(x-4)

500

Final Jeopardy: Risk amount of points

Does Mr. Coleman play an instrument, if so, what?

Yes, guitar.

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