# Factorization of Quadratic Expressions

Factorization of quadratic expressions is a fundamental concept in algebra that involves breaking down quadratic equations into simpler, more manageable forms. Quadratic expressions are polynomial equations of the form ax^2 + bx + c, where a, b, and c are constants, and x is the variable. The process of factorization involves finding two binomials that, when multiplied together, yield the original quadratic expression. This process is crucial in solving quadratic equations, as it allows for the identification of the roots or solutions of the equation. Additionally, factorization is used in various areas of mathematics and science, such as calculus, physics, and engineering, to simplify complex equations and facilitate problem-solving.

- How do you factor the trinomial # (a + b)^2 - 9(a + b) - 36#?
- How do you factor the expression 5x² - 45?
- How do you solve #x^2 - 121#?
- How do you factor #3x^2+7x+2#?
- How do you factor the trinomial #3x^2+9xy-30y^2#?
- How do you factor #x^(7/3) - 3x^(4/3) + 2x^(1/3)#?
- How do you factor #x^2-8x-20#?
- How do you factor #12x^2+69x+45#?
- How do you factor #x^4-44x^2-245#?
- How do you factor the trinomial #2 x^2+ 5 x +12#?
- How do you factor the expression #18r^2 + 12ry - 3xr - 2xy#?
- How do you factor #4y² +11y-3#?
- How do you factor the trinomial #6d^2+21d= 10d+35 #?
- How do you factor #18r ^ { 2} + 51r + 35= 0#?
- How do you factor #(4y-5)^2+3(4y-5)-70#?
- How do you factor quadratic #x^2-x-56#?
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- How do you evaluate #(0.5x + 2) ( 0.5x + 2) #?
- Show that if x is real and x^2+5<6x, then x must lie between 1 and 5?
- How do you factor #n^2+13n+22#?