Greeting math peeps and welcome to MathSux! In this post, we are going to go over 4 ways to Factor Trinomials and get the same answer, including, (1) Quadratic Formula (2) Product/Sum, (3) Completing the Square, and (4) Graphing on a Calculator. If you’re looking for more don’t forget to check out the video and practice questions below. Happy Calculating! ðŸ™‚

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We will take this step by step, showing 4 ways to factor trinomials, getting the same answer each and every time! Let’s get to it!

## 4 Ways to Factor Trinomials

## (1) Quadratic Formula:

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## (2) Product/Sum:

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## (3) Completing the Square:

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## (4) Graph:

Choose the factoring method that works best for you and try the practice problems on your own below!

**Practice Questions**:

**Solutions**:

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