Many people find this more visual and intuitive than FOILing.
I split the video into 8 brief parts. Each part features one practice problem, fully explained and demonstrated on the whiteboard.
If you, your family, or your friends would like to see me make an instructional video about a particular math topic or type of problem, leave a comment to nominate your math problem for its very own video!
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Click on “more” for the other parts of the video — four more examples, extra practice problems for you to test your mastery of FOIL, and answers to the extra practice problems!
If you’re visiting from Mathematics and Multimedia Math Carnival No. 4, welcome! I’d love to hear what you think of this video! (If you haven’t heard about the Mathematics and Multimedia Math Carnival, check it out – here’s the homepage run by Guillermo Bautista, and the fourth edition was hosted by Wild About Math!)
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