# Ch 8: Algebra II: Factoring Review

With these lessons, students can review the competencies they will need in order to master factoring. Working with this chapter can help students study for upcoming exams, prepare for discussions in class, and earn higher grades.

## Algebra II: Factoring Review - Chapter Summary

High school students need to read and understand a great deal of information both before they graduate and as they move on in college or the professional world. This chapter provides students with focused training on reviewing factoring in algebra.

Instead of an endless chapter of information, the chapter has been divided into short, individualized lessons. Students have the option to review all of the lessons in order, but they can also pick and choose lesson topics in which they need the most assistance. The chapter menu provides a list of all lessons available, and since each lesson is only focused on a single topic, students can easily find what they need. After completing this chapter, students will be ready to:

• Define factoring and give an example
• Find the prime factorization of a number and use it to find the least common multiple
• Explain equivalent expressions and fraction notation
• Use fraction notation in addition, subtraction, multiplication and division
• Understand how to factor out variables
• Combine numbers and variables when factoring
• Transform factoring into a division problem
• Describe how to factor by grouping

9 Lessons in Chapter 8: Algebra II: Factoring Review
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