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An essential element of the "unorthodox" doctrines, advanced both by all socialists and by all interventionists, is that the recurrence of depressions is a phenomenon inherent in the very operation, of the market economy. But while th
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This video is a continuation and provides another example problem that demonstrates how to factor trinomials when the leading coefficient is not equal to one.  In this example, all of the leading coefficients are larg numbers, making it more challenging to factor the trinomial.  (2:52)
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