# A2-G8-12-10.0 l Multiplying Polynomials

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Cabrillo HS student, Judith, shows how to multiply polynomials using the F.O.I.L. method. Questions this video answers How do I use the F.O.I.L. method? How do I multiply polynomials? How do I combi...
Cabrillo HS student, Judith, shows how to multiply polynomials using
the F.O.I.L. method. Questions this video answers How do I use the
F.O.I.L. method? How do I multiply polynomials? How do I combine
common terms?
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Posted: 30-05-13

I like the background of the video. And zoom in action when showing "FOIL". The different colors helps to show the steps more clearer. I will quite understand this problem via this video. Good job! One small recommendation is that hope the voice of the movie maker be lounder.
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Posted: 25-01-13

This video is easy to follow. I like how Judith explained what FOIL stands for before she begins solving the problem. The different colors helps visually and makes it easy to understand. The background noise took away from the overall quality of the video though. But besides that, well done.
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Posted: 15-12-12

The use of the color was very helpful in understanding how to foil. The callouts made the process easy to follow and understand. There were a couple of distracting noises in the background and the clarity of the person speaker could be improved. Aside from that, it was very helpful video.

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Posted: 10-11-12

The color coding made Judith's work very easy to follow. I like that she writes out FOIL and what each letter stands for and she directly applies it when solving the problem. A small technically problem is that it was a little difficult to hear her. Overall, nice video.

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Posted: 22-10-12

The color coding that Judith uses in this video is helpful to understand the steps. I also like how she defines what FOIL is before she begins solving the problem. It would be helpful if she spoke more loudly and clearly. Also, there is a bit of distracting background noise. Otherwise, this video is helpful.