# Factoring Equations Help : Videos | Worksheets | Word Problems

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# Factoring Equations

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# Factoring Quadratic Equations Video Clip

Video Clip Length: 2 minutes 1 second
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# Factoring Quadratic Equations 3 Video Clip

Video Clip Length: 1 minute 42 seconds
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# Factoring Quadratic Equations 2 Video Clip

Video Clip Length: 2 minutes 5 seconds
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# Post a homework question on factoring equations:

How many legs in total do a chicken, and two sheep have?