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Concept

Example | Factored Form | |
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Natural Number | $6$ | $2⋅3$ |

Fraction | $64 $ | $2⋅32⋅2 $ |

Polynomial | $x_{2}+3x+2$ | $(x+2)(x+1)$ |

$x_{3}−4x⇔x(x_{2}−4) $

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