Module 9: Summative Test

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- Q130sM10AL-Ih-1EditDelete
- Q2
Factor x

^{3}- 125 completely.^{ }(x - 5)(x

^{2}+ 10x + 25)^{ }(x - 5)(x

^{2}- 10x + 25)^{ }(x - 5)(x

^{2}-5x + 25)^{ }(x - 5)(x

^{2}+^{ }5x + 25)^{ }30sM10AL-Ih-1EditDelete - Q330sM10AL-Ih-1EditDelete
- Q4
It is a type of factoring in which you group together terms with common factors.

jumble://Factoring, by, grouping

30sM10AL-Ih-1EditDelete - Q5
It is the reverse of multiplication. It is a way of finding what to multiply together to get a polynomial.

scrambled://FACTORING

30sM10AL-Ih-1EditDelete - Q6
It is the greatest factor that is a factor of two or more numbers.

LCD

Prime factors

PST

GCMF

30sM10AL-Ih-1EditDelete - Q7
In the expression x

^{2}- 16 = (x - 4) (x + 4), what do you call (x - 4) (x + 4)?products

divisors

factors

quotients

30sM10AL-Ih-1EditDelete - Q8
To become a factor of the polynomial, the remainder must be equal to ______.

1

2

0

3

30sM10AL-Ig-2EditDelete - Q9
The binomials x + 1 and x - 5 are factors of the polynomial x

^{3}- x^{2}- kx -15. What is the other factorsx - 1

x - 3

x + 5

x + 3

30sM10AL-Ih-1EditDelete - Q10
Factor fully: x

^{6}- 64.(x - 2)

^{2}(x^{4}+ 4x + 16)(x - 2) (x + 2) (x

^{4}+ 4x + 16)(x

^{3}- 4) (x^{4}+ 4x + 16)(x

^{2}- 4) (x^{4}+ 4x + 16)30sM10AL-Ih-1EditDelete