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At the point when an integer number could be written as a product of two or more integers each then such numbers will be its factor. The procedure engaged with breaking a polynomial into the product of its elements is known as the factorization of polynomials. An algebraic expression having only one, two and three terms are respectively called monomial, binomial and trinomial. Representation of the polynomials as the product of their factors is called factorisation. Methods of the factorisation are in this chapter are as follows: a) Using factor method b) Splitting the middle terms c) Using algebraic identities 

  • Degree of Polynomials

  • Division of Polynomials

  • Factorisation

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I Am a Senior Trainer with Teaching Experience More than 15 years, and also I am specialised in Maths and Science subject.

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  • Lectures 26
  • Duration 01 Hours
  • Skill level All level
  • Language English