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Factoring calculator helps to factor any expression like polynomial, binomial, trinomial. You can easily transform complex expressions into a product of simpler factors by using this calculator.

In mathematics, factorization or factoring is a technique of writing a number as a product of numerous factors. Usually, we multiply two or more numbers to get a final expression.

However, factor polynomials can be expressed with coefficients and they are irreducible. For example:

$$ 2 * 2 = 4 \text {or} x^2= 4$$

Similarly, Factor trinomials can be expressed as “\(ax^2 + bx + c\)”. Trinomial factorization is the technique of multiplying two binomial factors.

Factoring Polynomials is an important process that can be done by simple steps:

- For a polynomial, always check the greatest common factor (GCF) first in all terms.
- If we found the greatest common factor then factor it out of polynomial.

You can use the factoring polynomials calculator to figure out.

This method can’t be used all that often, but it can be used when it can be somewhat useful. This method can be done by following steps:

- Multiply two binomials
- Trinomial factoring having a 1st term coefficient of one.
- Find factor completely of any factorable trinomials.

Even though this method helps to find answers without going through so many steps, but factoring trinomials calculator helps you to find a factor of trinomials in a very simple way by just entering an expression.

The factoring calculator is 100% free and easy to perform factoring on any expressions, let’s find what you need to do:

- Enter the given expression into the designated box
- Hit the Calculate button

This factoring calculator gives you:

- Your input expression
- All the possible factors for entered expression

From the source of Wikipedia: Expressions, History of factorization of expressions, Common factor, Grouping.

From the source of Mesacc: Factoring Strategies, Adding and subtracting terms, Binomial expansions.