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Factoring trinomials with a coefficient of 1
- This video is the first step to learning how to factor trinomials.
- We start off with a relatively easy one, which has a coefficient of 1.
x2 − 5x + 6
- NOTE: The coefficient of a term is the number in front of the variable. If there is no number, it's assumed to be 1.