We all are familiar with the term, 'Factors'.
A factor is a number that divides the given number without any remainder. It simply means expressing a number as a multiplication of two other numbers. Similarly, in Algebra we write the algebraic expressions as a product of their factors. The only difference here is that an algebraic expression involves numbers and variables combined with an arithmetic operation like addition or subtraction.
In this lesson, we will learn about factorization, its meaning, how to factorize algebraic expressions using various methods, algebraic expressions and identities solved examples on factoring of polynomials and some interactive questions at the end.
- Factorization of algebraic expressions by using identities, 2. Zeros of polynomial.