Factorization of Polynomials Using Algebraic Identities

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We know that the  algebraic identities of second degree are





These identities can be used to factorise quadratic polynomials.
A polynomial is said to be cubic polynomial if its degree is three
The algebraic identities used in factorising a third degree polynomial are:





Cubic polynomials can be factorised using Factor theorem





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Factor theorem: is a polynomial and  is a real number, if, then  is a factor of.

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