This video explains how to factor a binomial and trinomial with a common factor.

# Factoring a Binomial and Trinomial with a Common Factor

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# Factoring a Binomial and Trinomial with a Common Factor

# Factoring Trinomials with Common Factors (Form a(x+b)(x+c))

# Factor a Trinomial with A not 1 Using Trial and Error: 12x^2+11x-36

# Factor a Trinomial with A not 1 Using Trial and Error: 6x^2+7x-20, 8x^2-42x+27

This video explains how to factor a trinomial in the form ax^2+bx+c when a is not 1 and no common factors other than 1.

# Factor a Trinomial with A not 1 Using Trial and Error: 7a^2+18a-40, 3x^2-23x-36

This video explains how to factor a trinomial in the form ax^2+bx+c when a is not 1 and no common factors other than 1.

# Factor a Trinomial with A not 1 Using Trial and Error: 5n^2+14n+8, 7x^2-28x+40

This video explains how to factor a trinomial in the form ax^2+bx+c when a is not 1 and no common factors other than 1.

# Solve Trig Equation by Factoring: 2sin^2(x)-sin(x)-1=0 (Radians)

This video explains how to factor a binomial and trinomial with a common factor.

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This video explains how to factor a trinomial with a common factor. After factoring out the GCF, the trinomial has a leading coefficient of 1.

This video explains how to factor a trinomial in the form ax^2+bx+c when a is not 1 and no common factors other than 1.

This video explains how to solve a trigonometric equation by factoring and using the unit circle.