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Q: What is the factored form in math?

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You can convert standard form to factored form by using a factoring tree to convert to the long-form factored format. You can also work backwards to convert from factored to standard form.

You can't know if a general polynomial is in factored form.

3y-6y in factored form = -3

2(a+b) is 2a plus 2b in factored form.

Math books and teachers will make it look like all trinomials can be factored, but many are not.

A completely factored form is one which is composed of product of factors and can't be factorized further. Let us consider two examples: x2 - 4x + 4 is not a factored form because it can be factored as (x - 2)(x - 2). (x +1)(x2 - 4x + 4) is also not a factored form because x2 - 4x + 4 can be factored further as (x - 2)(x - 2). So, the completely factored form is (x + 1)(x - 2)(x - 2).

you use the quadratic formula in math when the quadratic equation you are solving cannot be factored.

You multiply the factors.

when it is in its most reduced form.

If you mean 4y+10 then it is 2(2y+5) when factored

27:_ 27,1,3,9

The fundamental theorem of arithmetic says any integer can be factored into a unique product of primes. The is the prime factored form.

2x + 3 can be factored as follows: 2(x + 1.5)

2a2+33a+136 = (2a+17)(a+8) when factored

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64-x2 = (8-x)(8+x) when factored

It is (x+4)(x+5) when factored

w - 9 is in its simplest form.

If you mean: x2+6x+8 then it is (x+4)(x+2) when factored

18 + 8x + x = = 18 + 9x = 9(2 + x) which is the factored form of the expression.

4y(4x - 7)

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