Combine all of the like terms and move them to one side of the equation. The first step to factoring an equation is to move all of the terms to one side of the equation, keeping the x2 term positive. To combine the terms, add or subtract all of the x2 terms, the x terms, and the constants (integer terms), moving them to one side of the equation so that nothing remains on the other side. Once the other side has no remaining terms, you can just write "0" on that side of the equal sign. Here's how
Factoring the Equation
Factor the expression
set each set of parenthesis equal to zero as separate equations
yes :) combine like terms
by completing quadratic equation?

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2014-06-30T17:45:20+08:00
Method 1 factoring the equation
method 2 factor the expression
method 3 set each set of parenthesis equal to zero as separate equations :)
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