# Ch 5: 8th Grade Math: Factoring

This chapter can assist you in teaching your 8th grade students about factoring in algebra. The brief video lessons provide techniques for factoring out variables and finding multiples of whole numbers. When you give the short lesson quizzes, you can monitor your students' grasp of factoring.

## Factoring - Chapter Summary

Through the video lessons in this factoring chapter, you can teach your 8th grade students about the process of finding equivalent expressions and simplifying fraction notation. Middle schoolers also see how to use division to reduce fractions as well as how to combine numbers and variables. Use the chapter examination, along with the multiple-choice lesson quizzes, to make sure your students understand factoring.

## Chapter Lessons and Objectives

Lesson Objective
What is Factoring in Algebra? - Definition & Example Students discover the steps for algebra factoring.
Equivalent Expressions and Fraction Notation Instructors teach students about equivalent fractions.
Factoring Out Variables: Instructions and Examples This lesson outlines the steps for factoring variables with exponents.
Combining Numbers and Variables When Factoring Students discover how to combine variables and numbers.
Transforming Factoring Into a Division Problem This lesson teaches students to find and divide by the greatest common factor.
Factoring by Grouping: Steps, Verification and Examples In this lesson, students learn about grouping and factoring, and they complete practice problems.
Finding Factors of Whole Numbers Students are taught how to find factors of any whole numbers.
Finding Multiples of Whole Numbers This lesson gives techniques for finding multiples of whole numbers, including visualization.

8 Lessons in Chapter 5: 8th Grade Math: Factoring
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Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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