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In these slides you’ll learn about Factoring 3rd Degree Polynomials using different possible ways.

In these slides you’ll learn about Factoring 3rd Degree Polynomials using different possible ways.

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    Factoring the third degree polynomial Factoring the third degree polynomial Presentation Transcript

    • Factoring 3rd degree polynomials course offered by www.winpossible.com
    • Factoring 3rd degree polynomials Use of the inverse of the expansion rules i. (x + a)(x2 - ax + a2) = x3 + a3 ii. (x – a)(x2 + ax + a2) = x3 – a3 Sometimes expansion rule can also be used i. (x + y + z)(x2 + y2 + z2 – xy – yz - zx) = x3 + y3 + z3 –3xyz Example: x3 - 27 8x3 + 64y3 + z3 - 24xyz
    • Factoring 3rd degree polynomials (continued) Example: Factor the following polynomials. a) x3 + 64y3 b) 8x3 – 125y3
    • Factoring 3rd degree polynomials (continued) Example: Factor the following polynomials. c) 27x3 – 64y3 d) (x + 2)3 + 1
    • Factoring 3rd degree polynomials (continued) Example: Factor the following polynomials. e) x3 + 27y3 + 8z3 –18xyz f) x3 - 8y3 +64z3 + 24xyz
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