# Graphing binomials from trinomials.

Using graphing to check your answers is helpful. When you factor a trinomial into two binomials, each binomial represents a linear relationship. If you plot the two binomials (which are just lines) on a graph, what do they have in common with a plot of the trinomial itself? More important than that, how can this information be used to check your answer, when factoring a trinomial?

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This explains the relationship between teh graphs of binomials and trinomials.

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Changping Wang, MA

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