So what do we think of the factor theorem? Not as intimidating as you thought, you probably have been using it for years without realizing it.

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For related posts on factoring methods that apply the factor theorem, check the following lessons out below:

How to Factor Quadratic Equations

Why must we complete the square?

4 Ways to Factor a Trinomial

Factor By Grouping

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Never heard of the acronym DOTS. It could have came it handy for me a long, long time ago.

Yeah I love that acronym, makes the idea memorable and a bit less scary. 🙂

We need more pre-calculus posts on this blog

Thank you! I definitely want to cover more pre-calc and eventually calc! Right now I’m trying to cover all of Algebra, Geometry and Algebra 2/Trig.