From Thinkwell's College Algebra
Chapter 1 Real Numbers and Their Properties, Subchapter 1.5 Factoring

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In this video I go over a method of factoring used to factor quadratic functions with a leading coefficient of one. If you have any questions feel free to leave a comment.

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This videos helps viewers through factoring a trinomial using the product sum method.

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LawrenceAcademy Math

When the first coefficient is not a 1 it is easier to use the product/sum method. This is also called the ac method sometimes.

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This video shows you how to methodically find 2 numbers with a given sum and product. This could be useful when factoring quadratic trinomials into the produce ot 2 binomials. So this video is preparation for that, which begins in Factoring Part 6.

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This algebra video tutorial focuses on factoring special cases such as factoring different forms of binomials and special products of polynomials specifically perfect square trinomials, difference of perfect squares, and sum and difference of cubes. This video contains plenty of examples and practice problems.

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This file was corrupted, so I'm not sure if this will work. Factoring using Product-Sum Method (MAMA method). No Audio again. Just music.

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Factoring Quadratics Trinomials using Product Sum Technique

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Abigail DeSantis

A Trinomial can be factored if you can find two numbers whose product is equal to the constant and sum is equal to the coefficient of x. All trinomials cannot be factored using this method.

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Anil Kumar

Trinomials Factoring using Product Sum have been shown and a list of problems are provided for you to practice. Feel free to discuss if you have ant difficulty in solving any problem.
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Jessica Lambert

This math video tutorial shows you how to factor trinomials the easy fast way. This video contains plenty of examples and practice problems for you to work on including factoring trinomials when the leading coefficient is 1 (a=1) and when it's not 1. This video will also help you to solve quadratic equations by factoring and by using the quadratic formula.
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How to factor trinomials using product-sum factoring.

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Factoring Sums and Differences of Cubes. In this video, I use the formulas for factoring sums and differences of cubes. I factor two expressions using the formulas.

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How to factor trinomials when the a value is any integer other than one.

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This video shows you how to factor polynomials such as binomials and trinomials by removing the greatest common factor, using the ac method, substitution, and so much more. This video contains plenty of shortcut, tips, and tricks that will help you to pass your algebra class regardless if you're taking algebra 1, 2, or college algebra. This video contains tons of practice problems and examples showing you how to factor the easy way and to do it fast.
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1. Factor each polynomial completely by using the GCF or greatest common factor:
7x+21y, 8x^2y+12xy^2, 36x^3y^2-60x^4y^3
2. Factoring polynomials - difference of perfect squares
x^2-25, y^2-64, 8x^2-18, 81x^2-36y^2, 200x^4-288y^6
3. How to factor trinomials when the leading coefficient is 1 - x^2+bx+c
x^2+11x+30, x^2+2x-15, x^2-2x-48, x^2-9x+20
4. Factoring trinomials using trial and error
2x^2-5x-3
5. Factoring 3rd degree polynomials using the AC method - quadratic form - ax^2+bx+c
3x^2+5x-2, 6x^2-7x-3
6. Factoring polynomials by substitution including negative coefficients and exponents:
x^4+7x^2+12, -2x^6+6x^3+56, x^-2+13x^-1+40
7. How to factor cubic polynomials using sum and difference of perfect cubes
x^3+8, y^3-125, 27x^3+64y^6
8. Factoring polynomials expressions with 4 terms by grouping
x^3+2x2-5x-10 & 4x^3-8x^2+3x-6
9. Factoring polynomials using sum of perfect of squares (radicals)
x^2-4, x^2+4, x^2+9, x^2-3, x^2+3
10. Factoring higher degree polynomials using synthetic division and writing the answer as a product of linear factors
x^3-2x^2-5x+6 and x^4+2x^3+x^2+8x-12
11. Factoring trinomials by completing the square
x^2+6x+7, x^2-4x+12, x^2-3x+1, 2x^2+6x-9
12. Factoring advanced functions containing multiple variables
x^2-2xy+y2-9, x^2y^2-y^2-z^2+x^z^2, 5x^3+4x^2y^2+15x+12y^2

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In this video, I show how to factor trinomials with a=1.

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The sum and product "game" factors some trinomials.

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Matthew Salomone

Demonstrates product/sum method for factoring trinomials with lead coefficient of one.

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Jessica Lambert

Another example of factoring a trinomial using the product/sum method

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mathlablady2

How to factor sum of two cubes and difference of two cubes.

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Escol Emmanuel

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Jessica Lambert

It might not seem so initially, but the sum/product technique can also be used to factor "special" forms of quadratic expressions, such as a difference of squares or a perfect square.

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Matthew Salomone

This algebra video tutorial explains how to factor binomials with exponents by taking out the gcf - greatest common factor, using the difference of squares method, or sum of cubes and difference of cubes formula. This video contains plenty of examples and practice problems factoring binomial expressions including those with 2 variables.

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The Organic Chemistry Tutor

Goes through the different patterns of how to factor quadratic equations in the form of x squared + bx + c

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Learn how to factor the SUM of 2 squares in this free math video tutorial by Mario's Math Tutoring. You learned previously how to factor the difference of two squares but here we are factoring over the set of complex numbers.
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Factor Trinomials
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Mr. Ryan explains how to factor a certain type of quadratic expression by using a little bit of product sum factoring and a little bit of factoring by grouping.

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Mr. Ryan explains basic trinomial factoring (which he refers to as basic product-sum factoring).

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This Reference Guide examines the product-sum method of factoring.

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Easy and effective strategy to find product and sum combination to factor trinomials is discussed.

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Jonathan Newman

Factoring the sum and difference of two cubes.

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This video lesson demonstrates how to use the product-sum pattern to expand something like (x + r)(x + s) and to factor x^2+bx+c

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A http://www.door2math.com production.what are two number with a product of -48 and a sum of 4?

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Factor -4t^2-12t-9 as -1(2t+3)(2t+3), or -(2t+3)^2.
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Factoring Sum of Cubes
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