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Finding the factors of a Monomial ((Reference))
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For the following problems, the first quantity represents the product and the second quantity represents a factor. Find the other factor.

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**Factoring a Monomial from a Polynomial ((Reference)) - The Greatest Common Factor ((Reference))**

For the following problems, factor the polynomials.

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**Factoring by Grouping ((Reference))**

For the following problems, use the grouping method to factor the polynomials. Some may not be factorable.

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**Factoring Two Special Products ((Reference)) - Factoring Trinomials with Leading Coefficient Other Than 1 ((Reference))**

For the following problems, factor the polynomials, if possible.

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