How to Factor Discriminants in Algebra?

Answer A quadratic equation has the form ax^2 + bx + c = 0, where the coefficient "a" is not equal to 0. To solve a quadratic equation, you may use the quadratic formula, x = [- b +/- sqrt(b^2 - 4ac)]/2a.... Read More »

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You probably know that you can factor numbers, you also can factor polynomial expressions. Just as the number 10 can be factored into five and two, a polynomial expression can be broken down into t... Read More »

How to Factor Binomials in Algebra?

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Algebra 1: How to Factor Polynomials?

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In arithmetic, factoring means finding numbers that can be multiplied to produce a given number. For example, the factors of 21 are 3 and 7 because 3 X 7 = 21. In algebra, we are interested in fact... Read More »