Factoring 9 - Trinomials Part 2 - Get one factor!

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This is part 2 of factoring trinomials into 2 binomials when the coefficient of x-squared is not 1. This is an introduction to a sneaky way of finding one correct factor using the product/sum approach, and from that, easily finding the other factor

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Questions answered by this video:
  • How do you factor 6x^2 - 11x + 4?
  • How could you figure out the other factor if you are factoring a trinomial if you knew one factor?
  • How could you factor 6x^2 - 11x + 4 if you knew 3x - 4 was a factor?
  • How do you factor 18m^2 - 27m + 4 if you know (6m - 1) is a factor?
  • What is an easy way to find one factor of a trinomial?
  • Is there a trick or an easy way to factor trinomials?
  • How do you factor 15x^2 - 22x + 8?
  • What is the trick to find the first factor of a trinomial?
  • How do you factor 2x^2 - 27x - 14?
  • What is an easy way of finding one factor of 2x^2 - 27x - 14?
  • Is there a shortcut for factoring trinomials?
  • Staff Review

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    This lesson continues from the previous one in factoring more difficult trinomials. It introduces a sneaky, shortcut method for figuring out the two binomials that a trinomial factors into.
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