# Factoring 13 - Trinomials Part 6

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This is part 6 of factoring non-basic trinomials into 2 binomials. More examples using a BOX method, which is an alternative to factoring by grouping.

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• How do you factor trinomials using the box method?
• What is the box method for factoring trinomials?
• How do you factor 4x^2 + 5x - 6 using the box method?
• What are the steps for factoring trinomials with the box method?
• How do you factor 6x^2 - 13x + 6 with the box method?
• How do you factor 28 + 3x - x^2?
• How do you factor a trinomial if the terms are not in the correct order?
• How do you know what terms go in the boxes when you factor with the box method?
• How do you factor a trinomial if the leading coefficient is negative?
• How do you factor -x^2 + 3x + 28?
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This lesson continues from the previous lesson, showing how to factor more trinomials using the box method. This very useful method is shown step by step for several different examples.