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How to Factor the Difference of Cubes: Formula & Practice Problems

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Can x^3 + 27 be factored as a difference of cubes?

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1. Can 2x^3 - 2y^3 be factored as a difference of cubes

2. Factor completely: x^3 - 125

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About This Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Practice factoring with this assessment which contains practice problems and questions that involve identifying if an expression is a difference of cubes.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

These practice questions involve:

  • Factoring the difference of cubes
  • Identifying whether or not an expression is a difference of cubes
  • Defining a difference of cubes

Skills Practiced

  • Critical thinking - apply relevant concepts to examine if an expression can be factored as a difference of cubes
  • Problem solving - use acquired knowledge to solve factoring practice problems
  • Defining key concepts- ensure you can define a difference of cubes

Additional Learning

Use the lesson titled How to Factor the Difference of Cubes: Formula & Practice Problems to understand the quiz better and meet these additional goals:

  • Determine if an expression is a difference of cubes
  • Factor a difference of cubes
  • Define difference of cubes
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