Textbook Questions for Math 20


Units of Study


Factoring Polynomials


2.1 Factoring using GCF (Greatest Common Factor)
2.1 Factoring using GCF (including the negative)
2.2 Factoring using Grouping
2.3 Factoring differences of squares (easy)
2.3 Factoring differences of squares (harder)
2.4 Factoring trinomial squares
2.5 Factoring trinomials using sum and product (quadratic coefficient of 1)
2.6 Factoring trinomials using decomposition (quadratic coefficient non-1)
Review Questions for Factoring Unit

Polynomials and Rational Expressions
3.1 Long division review (dividing integers) (Dylan)
3.1 Polynomial Long Division
3.1 Polynomial Division using Factoring
3.2 Evaluating powers with positive and negative exponents
3.3 Non-permissible values/Restrictions with Rational Expressions
3.4 Reducing Rational Expressions
3.4 Reducing Rational Expressions (factoring required)
3.5 Multiplying Rational Expressions
3.5 Dividing Rational Expressions
3.6 Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions


Absolute Value and Irrational Numbers
1.1 Absolute Value (easy)
1.1 Absolute Value (harder expression)
1.1 Absolute Value (hardest expression)
1.2 Simplifying Radicals
1.3 Adding/Subtracting Radical Expressions
1.4 Multiplying Radicals
1.5 Division of Radicals

Quadratic Equations and Radical Equations
4.1 Solving a quadratic equation using the zero product property
4.2 Solving a quadratic equation using the square root property
4.2 Solving a quadratic equation using the square root property (harder)
4.3 Solving for an unknown side in a right triangle using the Pythagorean theorem
4.3 Solving for an unknown side in a right triangle using the Pythagorean theorem (harder)
4.3 Solving a word problem involving quadratics
4.4 Solving a radical equation
4.4 Solving a radical equation (a bit harder)
4.5 Solving a word problem using radical equations

Quadratic Functions
5.1 Sketching the graph of a quadratic function using a table of values
5.3 Sketching the graph of a quadratic function using 3 points
5.4 Converting from general form to vertex-graphing form -- Completing the square (easy)
5.4 Converting from general form to vertex-graphing form -- Completing the square (harder)
5.4 Finding domain and range given a parabola

Geometry

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