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Published on Sep 17, 2012
This is for intermediate Algebra students who already know basic factoring, but don't know the short-cut for complex factors that are not already in a trinomial form. I was looking on the internet for help for this kind of a problem in video format, but all I could find were trinomials that didn't resemble this problem, accept for high end tutoring media sites that charge monthly. So, I thought I'd figure it out for myself and then put up this video for those who need this information.