Factoring: Special Cases Part I - Problem 5 431 views
Factoring using guess and check can be cumbersome, especially if the leading coefficient is not one. If you notice that the leading coefficient and constant are both perfect squares, there's a good chance that you're working with a perfect square trinomial. You could memorize the formulas in this video, or familiarize yourself with tips presented here to make this special case of factoring easier for you.
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