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Factorization/Quadratic Polynomials

Quadratic Function Factoriser

If the roots of a quadratic equation   ax2+bx+c   are α and β, then we can factorise   ax2+bx+c to a(x−α)(x−β). You can get your quadratic function factorised here. To learn how to do this yourself go to this page.

Enter the integer coefficients of a quadratic function:

x2 + x + 

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