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.
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
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