floymdiT
2021-03-08
Answered

Factor the given polynomial.

$15{x}^{2}+7x-4$

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grbavit

Answered 2021-03-09
Author has **109** answers

Step 1

Let consider a quadratic polynomial

Steps to factorize quadratic polynomial

i) Multiply the highest degree and lowest degree coefficient i.e. a and c

ii) Add or subtract two numbers to find the coefficient b such that multiplication of these two give the multiplication from step i)

iii) write in factorization form by taking common part out from the polynomial

Step 2

Given polynomial

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