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Factoring Trinomials Battleship Activity. Students work on factoring trinomials (where a > 1) while attempting to "sink" their partners "battleships".

This math unit on number theory has it all: Definitions Divisibility Rules Prime or Composite Factors Prime Factorization Greatest Common Factor (2 methods!) Least Common Multiple Practice and Enrichment Sheets

Connect Four - Factoring Polynomials from nevergiveuponmath on TeachersNotebook.com - (8 pages) - In this activity, students will have to opportunity to work with factoring: - Trinomials with a leading coefficient of 1 - Binomials of difference of two squares

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