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To factor a trinomial in the form ax^2 + bx + c, find all of the factor pairs that multiply into c, and isolate the pair that also adds up to form b. Substitute the pairs of factors into a pair of binomials that multiply together.

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To solve by factoring, move all terms to the same side of the equation with subtraction or addition, and then find each factor in the equation. Setting each factor at zero provides all of the solutions to the equation.

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A quadratic trinomial is normally factored as the product of two binomials. Using the generic formula abx^2 + cx + d for the trinomial, its factors are (ax + y) and (bx + z) if y times z equals d and az + yb = c.

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Solving trinomial equations is a matter of determining the degree of the trinomial factoring according to the degree and the terms themselves and by then verifying that the factors found are the actual roots of the equation. These roots are the solutions to the equation...

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Perfect square trinomials are quadratics obtained from squaring a binomial. Determining the binomial requires analyzing each term individually and then putting them together.