In this video, you will learn how to apply factoring trinomials to word problems. A trinomial is type of polynomial that consists of three terms. In this word problem, you have to find the possible dimensions of a rectangle whose area is equal to a trinomial. So, to find the dimensions, you will factor the trinomial.
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