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In mathematics, factorization or factoring is the breaking apart of a polynomial into a product of other smaller polynomials.If you choose, you could then multiply these factors together, and you should get the original polynomial (this is a great way to check yourself on your factoring skills).

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Free factor calculator - Factor quadratic equations step-by-step

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Multiply the leading coefficient and the constant, that is multiply the first and last numbers together. Step 4 : List all of the factors from Step 3 and decide which combination of numbers will combine to get the number next to x.

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The following methods are used: factoring monomials (common factor), factoring quadratics, grouping and regrouping, square of sum/difference, cube of sum/difference, difference of squares, sum/difference of cubes, Rational Zeros Theorem. The calculator accepts both univariate and multivariate polynomials.

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Polynomial factoring calculator This online calculator writes a polynomial, with one or more variables , as a product of linear factors. Able to display the work process and the detailed explanation.

If you are taking a basic algebra class, you probably only need to know one type of factoring when you have two terms: its called the difference of two squares. You need to know how to factor the difference of two squares if you want to know how to factor polynomials.

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Write down the factor pairs of \$\$ \red{ -15} \$\$ (Note: since c is negative we only need to think about pairs that have 1 negative factor and 1 positive factor. Remember a negative times a positive is a negative.)