The second part of factoring trinomials of the form ax^2 + bx + c.
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Questions answered by this video:
How do you factor a trinomial if it has x and y in it?
How do you factor 24x^2 + 53xy + 10y^2?
How do you factor trinomials by grouping?
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This lesson is very similar to the previous one, but this video uses more complicated trinomials. They include both x and y in the terms. They are still factored by splitting up the middle term and factoring by grouping. A good example problem for learning factoring.