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Interactive video lesson plan for: Factoring a Trinomial with Two Variables - Algebra I

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In this video, you will learn how to factor a trinomial with two variables. When you factor, you are looking for a factor pair of the value of c that when you add the numbers you get the value of b. Once you have those numbers, you simply write the binomials and then add the second variable at the end with the number. To learn more in detail, watch the video!


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