Posted by **Jordan** on Sunday, August 22, 2010 at 4:34pm.

The polynomial 14 x^3 + 8 x^2 + 21 x + 12 can be factored into the product of two polynomials, A * B where the degree of A is greater than the degree of B. Find A and B.

## Answer This Question

## Related Questions

- math - 1.)The polynomial 729 x^{3} - 1 y^{3} can be factored into the product of...
- math - True or False? 1. The product of 2 linear polynomials is quadratic 2. ...
- algebra question - Give an example of a polynomial with degree 3 such that when ...
- Algebra 2 - I am trying to factor a 4th degree polynomial that does not have any...
- algebra - Is it possible to subtract two polynomials, each of degree 3, and have...
- algebra 2 - Find the largest integer k such that the polynomial x2 + 12x + k can...
- algebra - Could someone please help me with this? Is it possible to subtract two...
- algebra 2 - Factor completely with respect to the integers. 1. 9x^2 - 4 2. x^3...
- math - 1.binomial 2.degree of monomial 3.monomial 4.perfect-square trinomial 5....
- math (taylor polynomials) - Find the degree 3 Taylor polynomial T3(x) of the ...

More Related Questions