Q: Factor the polynomial by grouping the terms together two at a time 66x3 - 36x2 plus 55x - 30?

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This polynomial doesn't factor. The only thing you can do is take out parts of some terms, e.g. 2(2x3 + 10x2 + x) - 3.

4z2

A trinomial

Yes, f(x) = 2 is a polynomial of degree 0 (because there are no x terms).

binomial

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You can factor a polynomial using one of these steps: 1. Factor out the greatest common monomial factor. 2. Look for a difference of two squares or a perfect square trinomial. 3. Factor polynomials in the form ax^2+bx+c into a product of binomials. 4. Factor a polynomial with 4 terms by grouping.

A polynomial is several terms added together.

Factor

The common factor is 2.

The GCF is 3x.

A strategy that would be appropriate in factoring polynomials with 4 terms would be by grouping where you first determine if the polynomial can be factored by a group.

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3x

A polynomial with three terms, that is, three monomials that are added together.

If there are 4 or more terms in a problem, and none are like terms.

2x(8x-7)

Its true