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# Factoring Polynomials

At times, it can be difficult to tell whether or not a
quadratic of the form ax2 + bx + c can be factored
into the form (dx + e)( fx + g) , where a, b, c, d, e, f,
and g are integers. If b2 − 4ac is a perfect square, then
the quadratic can be factored in the above manner.

For each of the following problems,

(a) Compute b2 − 4ac .

(b) Use the information from part (a) to
determine whether or not the quadratic can
be written as factors with integer coefficients.
(Do not factor; simply answer Yes or No.)

Factor the following polynomials. If the polynomial
can not be rewritten as factors with integer
coefficients, then write the original polynomial as your