Category : 8th Class
Factorization of an algebraic expression is the process of writing the algebraic expression as a product of two or more linear factors. Each multiple of the algebraic expression is called factors of the algebraic expression. Thus the process of splitting the given algebraic expression into the product of two or more linear factors is called factorization.
According to the factor theorem if \[f(x)\] is polynomial which is completely divisible by another polynomials \[g(x)=x-a\], then \[x-a\] is called the factor of the polynomial \[f(x)\]and\[f(a)=0\] for all value of a.
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