How to Use the Highest Common Factor method for Factoring
In this video, Doug Simms presents a dissertation on one topic in mathematics which high school students fear the most, namely, factors. Here, the proper method for extracting the highest common factor from an equation or mathematical term is explained in a manner which is very easy to understand. Also, Doug gives four different examples of how to use the factoring method correctly. From this, the viewer attains total clarity about applying the factoring method to a mathematical term, irrespective of whether the highest common factor is a variable like 'x' or 'y', a numerical value, or a combination of the two.
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