Conditional Statements & Converses Worksheets
Variables, mostly p and q, often symbolize a conditional expression or a conditional expression. P is commonly used for indicating the hypothesis and Q is for the conclusion. There is also a logical connector with the conditional statement. The arrow sign indicates the logical connector. The condition is considered to be valid unless a correct hypothesis leads to a false conclusion. There is a table that can help understand conditional statements and their expected outcomes:
P  Q  P > Q 
T  T  T 
T  F  F 
F  T  T 
F  F  T 

Basic Lesson
Demonstrates how to determine common factors in an equation. Factor: 5x  30 The largest factor of 5 and 30 is 5. Since the terms do not contain a variable (x) in common, we cannot factor any variables.
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Intermediate Lesson
Explores how to factor large polynomials. Factor: 3y(y + 2)  4(y + 2) The greatest common factor of these two terms is (y+2).
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Independent Practice 1
Contains 20 Common Factors problems. The answers can be found below.
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Homework Worksheet
Common Factors problems for students to work on at home. Example problems are provided and explained. The largest number that will divide evenly into 4,6,2 and 2 The highest power of a present in each term is a.<
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What is the number?
There is a 3 digit number with the tens digit 5 more than the ones digit. The hundreds digit is 8 less than the tens digit. The number is 194