Algebra Rules

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Algebra Rules
  1. 2nd term positive/ 3rd term positive
    1. Example- X +5X+6
      1. Factors = (X+?)(X+?)
      2. 2nd term positive/ 3rd term negative
        1. Example- X +4X-21
          1. Factors = (X+?)(X-?)
            1. The bigger number in the brackets will be positive
            2. 2nd term negative/ 3rd term positive
              1. Example- X -8X+15
                1. Factors = (X-?)(X-?)
                2. 2nd term negative/ 3rd term negative
                  1. Example- X-2X-24
                    1. Factors = (X-?)(X+?)
                      1. The bigger number in the brackets will be negative
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