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Factoring Polynomials

Factoring polynomials became much easier for me when I realized that I was working with numbers in base x!  X to the zero power correlates with the ones place in base ten, X raised to the power of 1 correlates to the tens place, X-squared to the hundreds place, and so on.  Suddenly I could use factor trees!  Play around with it, and if you have questions, let me know.

$45p/h

Rita S.

Outstanding certified teacher/tutor in test taking, math and more!

600+ hours
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