# I have (4x2 + 1)(5x – 12).

I have (x2 + 2)(x – 5).

Who has x3 – 5x2 + 2x – 10? I have (2a – 9)(a2 – 15).

Who has 2a3 – 9a2 – 30a + 135? I have (a + 8)(x2 + 1).

Who has Who has ax2 + a + 8x2 + 8? -24t2w – 15t2 + 80w + 50? I have I have (8w + 5)(10 – (n2 + 3)(n + 4). 3t2).

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Who has x3 + x2y + xy2 + n3 + 4n2 + 3n + 12? y3? I have I have (x2 + y2)(x + y). (2x + y)(5x + 8).

Who has Who has 10x2 + 16x + 5xy + 90n3 – 27n2 + 10n – 8y? 3? I have I have (9n2 + 1)(10n – (4n2 – 3)(7n + 2). 3).

Who has 28n3 + 8n2 – 21n – 6? I have I have (7n2 + 4)(2n – (4t2 + 25)(t3 + 1). 11).

Who has 14n3 – 77n2 + 8n – 44?

Who has 4t5 + 25t3 + 4t2 + 25?

Who has 20x3 – 48x2 + 5x – 12?

I have… Who has… Factoring by Grouping
Deal out all of the cards. Determine who is the oldest – he or she will go first. Pick one of your “Who has…” and read the question. Work out the problem and find out who has the answer (it will be the “I have” at the top of a card). That person will read their “I have…” with the correct answer, followed by the new “Who has…” question. If done correctly, your last “I have…” will be at the top of the first “Who has…” card.