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How to factor 4x^3 -4x+16 ?

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    You should first find the common factor and then divide all parts of the equation by it. For example, if it was 27x^3-12x+18, the factored equation would be 3(9x^3-4x+6). Hope that helps!

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    I know that but i wanna factor it till the end and how can i do it when its missing the squared term.

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