Factoring quadratic polynomials, Mathematics

Primary, note that quadratic is another term for second degree polynomial. Thus we know that the largest exponent into a quadratic polynomial will be a2. In these problems we will be trying to factor quadratic polynomials in two first degree (therefore forth linear) polynomials.  Till you become good at these, usually we end up doing these by trial & error although there are a couple of procedure which can make them somewhat easier.

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