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Why Factor Polynomials? [02/20/1998]
Why is factoring polynomials important for our everyday lives?

Why FOIL? [11/21/2002]
How can I explain to the class the importance of learning FOIL?

Zeros of Polynomials [9/24/1996]
Given that 1 is a zero of the equation P(x) = x^3-5x^2+17x-13, find all other zeros.

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