John Redden's "Factor a Trinomial - Algebra"

Watch these videos and take notes. You will see examples of a trinomial containing two variables being factored. Note that the inverse FOIL reasoning can still be applied to determine how the binomial factors are going to look like. Inverse FOIL reasoning, together with the method of trial factors, is again applied to determine how the binomial factors are going to look like.



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