In this lesson, we learn how to factor a quadratic equation when the constant term (c) equals 0. The first step is to factor out the common factor, which in this case is x. By using the zero product property and setting each factor equal to 0, we can solve for x and find the root solutions. This method is helpful for graphing the equation and finding where the graph crosses the x-axis.
How to factor a quadratic equation when c=0
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