In Week 7 of Math 10 we learned how to solve ugly trinomials.
The example for today will be 3x²+11x+6.
First, you should draw a square and divide it into four little squares. Then, you write down all the factors of that number and put them in empty spaces of the box. You take the common factor of the number in each row and write them down like (3x+2)(x+3).