# Factoring Quadratic Polynomials

Learn how to factor the quadratic polynomial ax(squared)+bx+c, where (a) does not equal 1. This quick algebra lesson focuses on using the "bottoms up" method to factor this polynomial. The instructor uses an interactive whiteboard to show an example.

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