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  1. gandalfwiz
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    There's a method that helps me a lot called factoring by grouping

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    First, you multiply the first term (121) by the last (4)

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    WAIT never mind

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    This is two perfect squares

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    Do you see the 121 in front and the 4 in back? Those are both perfect squares

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    so it would be (11x-2)(11x-2)

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    aka (11x-2)^2

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