Polynomials are relation between 2 variables. It is called polynomial when it has more than 2 terms. This is called 2nd degree polynomial where a,b,c are called coefficients. Degree of polynomial is known decided the maximum power in the equation. Factorizing of polynomial means to find the roots of the equations or see where the graph of polynomial cut x axis.

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## Math Introduction to Factoring a Perfect Square Trinomial | Free Homework Help

Enter your problem in the box above and click the blue arrow to submit your question you may see a range of appropriate solvers such as "Factor" appear if there are multiple options. If you're not sure what to enter, look over the sample problems below to see the types of expressions this tool can factorise. In addition to the completely free factored result, considering upgrading with our partners at Mathway to unlock the full step-by-step solution. Try typing these expressions into the calculator, click the blue arrow, and select "Factor" to see a demonstration. Or, use these as a template to create and solve your own problems.

### Introduction to Trinomials

A trinomial is a polynomial with 3 terms.. This page will focus on quadratic trinomials. The degree of a quadratic trinomial must be '2'. In other words, there must be an exponent of '2' and that exponent must be the greatest exponent.

Factoring polynomials can be tricky for algebra students! These lesson notes and worksheets can help. All of the lessons have activities that will make teaching students to factor So much easier!

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