This is a great educational video on how to solve quadratic equations by factoring. Let us take an example and try to learn the method. Here is a quadratic equation: (r+7) (r-9) = 0. Consider zero-factor property. For real a and b, if a.b = 0, then a = 0 or b = 0 or both are equal to zero. So r+7 = 0 or r-9 = 0 > r = -7 or r = 9. Hence, r = -7, 9. Similarly to solve a quadratic equation (13r+7) (6r-18) = 0, we will get 13r = -7 or r = -7 over 13. Also 6r = 18 or r = 3. So r= -7over 13, 3. This video will be very useful for the school students.
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