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Basic Factoring (Posted on 2007-03-21) Difficulty: 2 of 5
When math students are taught factoring, usually the first thing they learn are special factoring identities such as:

1: a-b= (a-b)(a+b)
2: a-b = (a-b)(a+ab+b)
3: a+b = (a+b)(a-ab+b)

Find a factorization of the expression x4+x2+1 using only those identities.

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Another means of solutionMike C2007-03-22 14:32:29
solutionxdog2007-03-22 09:53:51
SolutionAn Attempt To The SolutionK Sengupta2007-03-22 00:42:24
QuestionHow's this? (Probable spoiler)Jer2007-03-21 11:07:37
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