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Test your understanding of how factoring and division are related to one another. Use the practice problems to assess your understanding of factoring polynomials through division.

These assessments will test your ability to:

- Identify greatest common factors
- Rewrite polynomials as fractions
- Check your work

**Making connections**- use your understanding of factoring through division**Information recall**- access the knowledge you gained by finding the greatest common factor in polynomials**Problem solving**- use this acquired knowledge to solve polynomial practice problems

To learn more about factoring in using division, check out the corresponding lesson called Transforming Factoring Into a Problem through Division. The lesson covers the following objectives:

- Know how to find the greatest common factor
- Understand how to write a polynomial as a fraction
- Know how to check your work

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Algebra I: High School20 chapters | 168 lessons | 1 flashcard set

- What is Factoring in Algebra? - Definition & Example 5:32
- How to Find the Prime Factorization of a Number 5:36
- Using Prime Factorizations to Find the Least Common Multiples 7:28
- Equivalent Expressions and Fraction Notation 5:46
- Using Fraction Notation: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication & Division 6:12
- Factoring Out Variables: Instructions & Examples 6:46
- Combining Numbers and Variables When Factoring 6:35
- Transforming Factoring Into A Division Problem 5:11
- Go to High School Algebra: Factoring

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