As a student of mathematics, you’ve probably heard your math teacher say that factoring trinomials by decomposition is the only way to show true understanding. While understanding how to decompose trinomials is essential, being able to factor them accurately and quickly is equally important. That’s why I created a YouTube video on the Chinese method of factoring, also known as the “cross method.”

The Chinese method of factoring is an alternative to the traditional method of factoring by decomposition or the ac method. Instead of reversing double distribution, the Chinese method uses a cross to find the factors quickly and accurately. This method is a great time saver, and once you understand it, you’ll be able to factor trinomials more efficiently.

In my YouTube video, I walk viewers through the Chinese method of factoring step-by-step. I provide invaluable tips and tricks that will help you understand how the method works, and how to apply it to a variety of trinomials. By the end of the video, you’ll have a solid grasp of the method and be able to factor trinomials quickly and accurately.

One of the advantages of the Chinese method of factoring is that it works well for trinomials with large coefficients. This is because the method focuses on finding the product of the first and last coefficients and the factors that add up to the middle coefficient. This is especially useful when dealing with higher-level math problems that involve more complicated trinomials.

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