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Factor/Label Method

I wish I had seen this video when I was editing the Physical Science Module 1 post!
It is added to that post now, but I'm posting it here for those that may have missed it.  Or still need a bit more clarity on the Factor/Label method, or need a bit of review, or are just curious about this awesomely simple, but so logical video!  =)

A bit loud, so you may want to turn it down.  =)




Factoring Trinomials using the Berry Method

Before using this method, I recommend that you fully understand how to FOIL and how to factor trinomials. (See math tab for more posts about polynomials and trinomals).

►Accompanying worksheet for this video.


►Accompanying worksheet for this video


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