Q: What is the middle factor of a trinomial?

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(x - 3)(x - 11)

(w + 7)(w - 2)

find a greatest common factor or GCFin factoring a trinomial with a leading coefficient other than 1 the first step is to look for a COMMON factor in each term

x - 4 APEX

(x + 2)(x - 8)

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You would factor out -1 (a) from a trinomial in an equation such as -a^2 +30a - 2a + 60 after the middle term has been separated. The final answer of this trinomial would then be (a-30) (a-30).

That trinomial is unfactorable (the roots are not integers).

just like factoring any other trinomial.

(y10 + 2y5z3 + 4z6)

A factor of a perfect square trinomial is eithera number that is a factor of each term of the trinomial,a binomial that is a factor of the trinomial, ora product of the above two.For example, consider 4x2 + 8x + 4It has the factors2 or 4,(x + 1) or2x+2 = 2*(x+1) or 4x+4 = 4*(x+1)

x + 8orx - 4

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(3x - y)(3x - 5y) and (2x + 1)(2x + 11)

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The factors of that trinomial are (x - 13) and (x + 3) . Neither of them appears below.