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Factoring Is Fantastic: Part Two--Quadratic Trinomials

17 minutes 2 seconds

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What is a quadratic expression? How can it be factored, or separated, into its parts? Examples teach step by step the process of factoring quadratic trinomials and using the FOIL method to check the results. Explains how to find the middle term in the trinomial. Includes negative numbers, test problems, and a review.

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Runtime: 17 minutes 2 seconds

White math formulas on a green background shows 15 divided by 3 equals 5 and 15 divided by 5 equals 3. Caption. Both 3 and 5 divide evenly into 15.
Factoring Is Fantastic
Episode 1
18 minutes 10 seconds
Grade Level: 6 - 12
White math formulas on a green background. X plus 4 times X plus 6 equals X squared plus 6X plus 4X plus 24. Text above reads, F, O, I, L with L highlighted in red and pointing to 4 and 6. Caption. 4 multiplied by 6 is 24.
Factoring Is Fantastic
Episode 2
17 minutes 2 seconds
Grade Level: 6 - 12