In this video, you will learn how to factor a cubic polynomial. A polynomial consists of one or more terms in a mathematical phrase. To factor a cubic polynomial, you can use factoring by grouping. When you have 4 terms in your polynomial, you can group the terms into two pairs of binomials. Then, find the GCF of each of the binomials and divide by the GCF. Finally, you should have two terms outside and then two terms within each set of parenthesis. Logically, the terms inside the parenthesis is the same. Group the term in the parenthesis within one set of parenthesis and the GCF in another.
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