# Ch 40: TACHS: Factoring

Use this chapter to improve your knowledge of factoring in algebra. Learn to find the factors of whole numbers and the multiples of whole numbers as you prepare for questions on the TACHS that will test your algebraic skills.

## TACHS: Factoring - Chapter Summary

As part of your preparations for the Test for Admission into Catholic High Schools (TACHS), watch these lessons and complete the assessments to improve your factoring skills. Each lesson is taught by an expert instructor who will help you prepare by explaining:

• Examples of factoring in algebra
• Fraction notation and solving equivalent expressions
• Steps in factoring out variables
• Combining numbers and variables
• Using division problems to factor
• How to factor by grouping
• Finding factors and multiples of whole numbers

Following these lesson videos, fortify your retention of the information presented in them by reading the lesson transcripts. Test your understanding of these lessons by taking the lesson quizzes. These quizzes will provide you with video tags to re-review the parts of the lessons that you want to go over again.

### TACHS: Factoring Objectives

One of the factors used to determine your acceptance into a Catholic high school is your performance on the TACHS. This entrance exam is use to assess the academic skills of students in the Archdiocese of New York and the Diocese of Brooklyn/Queens. On this test, you will see four sub-tests: reading, language, mathematics and ability. The second part of the math test will evaluate your ability to use operations and problem solving strategies to solve math problems. This chapter will help improve your skills in factoring so that you can improve your capacity to answer questions with algebraic elements.

8 Lessons in Chapter 40: TACHS: Factoring
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