11NHPT: Factors of a Productive Group

11NHPT: Factors of a Productive Group

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Course 11 of NHPT

Factors of a Productive Group: Factoring Polynomials

 

“Factors of a Productive Group” explores the dynamics of various groups to see how powerful members help others to become more productive. One must take a careful look at the signs a group shows to see who is really in the middle of things. Similarities and differences exist within groups, but ultimately, getting to the root of issues allows a group to move forward despite differences.

 

Course Skill Sets, Objectives, and Essential Questions

 

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Skill Set 1

Factoring the Greatest Common Factor

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To factor the greatest common factor (GCF) of a polynomial

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How can the GCF be used to show the similarities among terms?

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Skill Set 2

Factoring Trinomials

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To factor trinomials

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How can a trinomial be rewritten as a polynomial with four terms?

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Skill Set 3

Factoring Special Products

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To factor a perfect square trinomial and a difference of squares

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What similarities and differences exist between factoring a perfect square trinomial and factoring the difference of squares?

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