Factoring a four-term polynomial can be complicated. It uses the same procedure for factoring a three-term polynomial but requires a few more steps. More »

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Factoring completely is an algebraic process that incorporates the three common factoring techniques: the greatest common factor, trinomials and the difference between two squares. These techniques by themselves often fa... More »

To multiply polynomial fractions, also called rational expressions, break down the given problem into individual polynomials, and factor them. Once the polynomials are factored, cancel any like factors, and simplify the ... More »

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Factoring completely is an algebraic process that incorporates the three common factoring techniques: the greatest common factor, trinomials and the difference between two squares. These techniques by themselves often fa... More »

To divide a polynomial by a monomial, first identify which one is which. Then, separate the division into parts. Finally, once each part is processed, put them back together. More »

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A factor string is a whole number written as a multiplication problem with two or more factors other than one, according to the Southampton Public Schools. For example, 3 x 3 x 3 is a factor string for the 27. More »

A positive integral factor is the factor of an integer that is both positive and divides evenly into another integer. The definition of the set of integers is that it includes 0, the counting numbers and their opposites ... More »

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