Posted by **jasmine20** on Tuesday, April 17, 2007 at 5:51pm.

how can i factor this out completely:

x^4 + x^2 – 12

well the answer is 74

(x^2 + 4)(x^2 - 3)

If only integral values are allowed in factoring, you are done.

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