A polynomial that can't be separated into smaller factors.
two factors is a binomial three factors is a trinomial four of more is a polynomial the product of any of these is just a polynomial
Divide the GCF into each to get the other factors.
Is sometimes possible, but not always.
No. It factors to (11x - 13)(2x - 3)
Each prime number has only two factors which are itself and one.
The list of prime numbers is infinite. There are two factors for each.
Set each factor, in turn, equal to zero and solve for x.
A factor is one of two or more numerical or algebraic components of a product. **Note : 1.To factor a counting number means to break it down into its prime number factors. 2.To factor a polynomial is to find its prime polynomial factors, a basic procedure for solving algebraic equations.
Distinct prime factors are the prime factors that are distinct (or different) from each other. A list of distinct prime factors is a list of one of each different prime number that is a factor. For example, the prime factors of 8 are 2, 2, and 2. The only distinct prime factor is 2, which occurs multiple times.
You factor the number into prime factors, dividing each prime out.