Factoring Cubic Polynomial

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In this lesson, you will learn how to factor a cubic polynomial by factoring out common terms. By identifying common factors, such as 5 and B, you can simplify the problem and make it easier to solve. Once you have factored out the common terms, you can use quadratic equations to solve the trinomial equation. With practice, you can become proficient in factoring cubic polynomials and solving more complex mathematical problems.

Lesson Description:

Factoring a cubic polynomial by factoring out common terms first

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  • Factorise: 3a³-33a²+90a