Factoring trinomials can be a daunting task for many people. If your in need of extra help Denise Robichaud has created a step by step video that shows how to factoring trinomials by the greatest common factor (GCF), grouping, and unfoiling. She gives tips that help get you started, for example when factoring a trinomial first try to pull out a GCF, and if you have 4 terms try factoring by grouping. The video gives you a chance to work at your own pace. Seeing factoring problems solved with an explanation of each step can make algebra easier to understand and less frustrating.
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