# How to factor four terms

Factoring Four Term Polynomials by Grouping In a polynomial with four terms, group first two terms together and last two terms together. Determine the greatest common divisor of each group, if it exists. If the greatest common divisor exists, factor it from each group and factor the polynomial completely.

• Do my homework
• Solve word questions too
x

## Factoring a Four Term Polynomial by Grouping

You'll want two pair them up like so:-4, 1-2, 2-1, 4 You want to find one of these that when added up equals the coefficient of the second term, 3. -1 + 4 = 3. From here, write out two sets of

• 1

Get detailed step-by-step explanations

If you're looking for step-by-step explanations of how things work, you've come to the right place. Our articles and tutorials are written with clarity and precision, so you can always get the answers you're looking for.

• 2

Reliable Support

Reliable support is essential for any business.

• 3

Avg. satisfaction rating 4.7/5

Thanks to the great satisfaction rating, I will definitely be using this product again!

• 4

Passing Quality

To pass quality, the sentence must be free of errors and meet the required standards.

## Customers said

The customer support is also amazing. Solves most problems but does not explain into depth or provides context on math equation, i seriously never thought there could be an app as accurate and precise as this.

Mark Bullock

I just want a real apps,no load,no internet just free and easy to get for my modules🥺. Loving the work u have done here, so helpful! Now I can find the words to explain how to actually do the math problems for when I am helping my children in algebra 2! Reccomend it for everyone, quiet good app , help so much in math.

Jackie Hayes

Is very friendly and easy to learn, annoying I have to pay for steps on how to but other than that great for double checking your work. Very good calculator and really does have a variety of options.

Gary Dent

## Factoring Four or More Terms by Grouping

The simplest approach is to start by looking for rational zeroes of the polynomial- rational number values of x that make \(\displaystyle 2x^3+ 5x^2- 11x+ 4= 0\). The rational