# Lesson MOVIE (FLASH) The FOIL Method

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The FOIL method is simply a procedure of multiplying two binomials. We start combining two very First terms of both binomials; then we combine two Outer terms; then we combine two Inner terms (that are the 2nd term in the first binomial and the 1st term in the second binomial); at the end we combine two Last terms in both binomials. FOIL is an acronym of four words, First, Outer, Inner and Last of the previous phrase. Video lesson explains this method and provides examples.

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