Wednesday, 8 August 2012

Factoring Polynomials Calculator

In the previous post we have discussed about polynomial factoring calculator and In today's session we are going to discuss about Factoring Polynomials Calculator. Hello friends, in this blog we will understand that how to Factoring Polynomials Calculator. If in any equation constant value, variables and exponent values are present then it is polynomial expression. For example: 3xy2 – 6x + 2y3– 20. As we see in given expression that polynomial expression is joined with mathematical operators. In mathematics, Negative and fraction values are also present in case of polynomial expression. It never joined by division operator.

Polynomial factoring calculator is a type of machine that help us to calculate tough problem very easily. Let’s discuss some steps to calculate the factor of polynomial expression.
Step 1: Put polynomial expression in first text box.
Step 2: Or enter coefficient of square, cube in one text box and coefficient of ‘x’ in next text box and constant in last text box.
Step 3: Then press solve button to get result.
By using the given steps we can calculate the factor of polynomial expression.
Now we will discuss how to find factor of polynomials expression. Here we will discuss quadratic method to find polynomial expressions.
Let’s have a polynomial expression u2+ 4u – 10, we can factorize this polynomial as shown below:
We can find its factor by quadratic formula. Formula to find factors is given as:
U = -b + √ (b2 - 4ac) / 2a, here value of 'a' is 1, value of 'b' is ‘4’ and value of 'c' is ‘-10’. So put these values in formula. (know more about Polynomials , here)
U = - 4 + √ [(4)2 - 4(1) (-10)] / 2(1),
U = - 4 + √ (16 + 40) / 2,
U = - 4 + √ (56) / 2. So, we get two factor of this polynomial expression, one positive and other negative.
U = -2 + √ 28 and U = -2 - √ 28.
This is how we can find the factor.
Square Root Property is one of the best method that is used to solve solutions to a quadratic equation. To get more information about square root property then follow icse syllabus 2013.

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