MPM2D1-02 More common factoring, and factoring simple trinomials 2016-11-23


We took up yesterday’s work on common factoring and practised factoring binomial common factors by grouping. Good stuff.

This all led to our first crack at factoring simple trinomials (those with an a -value of 1). No homework for tonight – we’re going to factor ’til our faces fall off tomorrow.

Here’s a long explanation that’s kind of technical:

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