Yay Math goes national with a trip to Chicago's Elm Place Middle School. With such a wonderful welcome, we factor trinomials using the Berry Method, as well as traditional methods. Check out the vintage Michael Jordan rookie jersey... the rest of the students wore their Chicago/Jordan gear as well, to "gear" up for Yay Math, in HD!
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