There are so many different lectures on how to factor the sum and difference of cubes.
What is the easiest method to use?
For example:
How do you factor the following two questions:
(1) x^6 - 1
(2) x^3 - 125
Hello, magentarita!
There is a trick for memorizing the cube-factoring.
There are two forms:
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They can be combined: .
We must memorize the letters: .
To place the signs, remember the word SOAP:
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