Solution by factorization, Mathematics

Solution by Factorization, please solve quadratic equations by Factorization.

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try these steps you can find the solution of your problem.

The following are the common steps commonly utilized in solving quadratic equations via factorization 

A. Set the given quadratic equation to zero

B. Transform it into the product of two linear factors

C. Set each of the two linear factors equal to zero

D. Find the roots of the resulting two linear equations

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