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Factoring Quadratics

Factoring Quadratics 1.4 - Solution

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a
Since both and are even numbers, we factor out
and do not share any factors, so nothing more can be factored out.
b

and are both even numbers, so a can be factored out from both of them. We can also identify a -term.

Now, we can continue factoring out other factors. and are also even numbers, thus, we'll factor out an additional

c

The terms in the expression all have the factor

None of the terms in the parenthesis have any common factors, so there are nor more common factors here.