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# Chapter 8b Concept 3a

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Author: Crystal Kirch
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3. Factoring trinomials: a≠1 and then a=1 (grouping and box method)

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Tutorial

## Chapter 8b Concept 3 Intro

What is factoring and how do we "uncombine" the like terms without a hint? This video will introduce the "X" method to help you do just that!

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## Chapter 8b Concept 3 Part 1

Let's get into some more examples of FACTORING!

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## Chapter 8b Concept 3 Part 2

Let's factor some more!!

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## Chapter 8b Concept 3 Part 3

Teach me how to factor, teach me, teach me how to factor!

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## Chapter 8b Concept 3 EXTRA EXAMPLES

A few last examples of factoring for those of you who need to see some more (optional)

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