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Teachers' Lounge Discussion: "Bottoms up" as a method to factor trinomials

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From: Chris <Trumpet16308@yahoo.com>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2009021714:29:15
Subject: Factoring

	
How would I factor this equation by using the "Bottoms Up Method"?

(If there is a 2 that means it is raised to the second power)

-12a (to the third power) + 14a2 + 6a?

9c2-1/4

27x3-1

-3d3+12d

2x3-4x2+x-2

Thanks,

Chris

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