This is a very interesting educational video on how to find the factor trinomials using the swing method. Let us take an example and find the factor trinomials for 2xsquare13x45. Let us use the swing method. So now we will get 2xsquare 13x45. You have to find the suitable factors of 90. It is 18 and 5. If you multiply 18 by 5 you will get 90. You will get (x18over2)(x+5over2). The final answer is (x9)(2x+5). Now we have found out the factor trinomials of 2xsquare13x45. This swing method is very easy. This video is very useful for mathematics students.
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