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We have also shown how we can factorize a polynomial by finding a common factor among all terms. If we look at the example above we see a trinomial that does not have a common factor, but it could still be factorized by reversing the process. There is a pattern that could be good to know so that you don't have to try all different combinations of values for m and n. In the previous section we showed you some special patterns that could help you when you're simplifying polynomials. The same patterns can be used to help you when you're factorizing polynomials.

In previous sections we showed that when you multiply two binominals you get a trinomial. If both b and c are positive then both m and n are positive.

If b is negative whereas c is positive then both m and n are negative If c is negative then m and n do not have the same sign. Share on Facebook. Search Pre-Algebra All courses.

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