Watch these videos and take notes. The first video shows an example of a trinomial that requires two factoring steps in order to be factored completely: factoring out a common monomial factor and factoring by grouping. The second shows an example of a binomial that requires two factoring steps in order to be factored completely: factoring out a common monomial factor and using the difference of two cubes formula.

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