# Factoring polynomials: ax^2 + bx + c

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##### Intros
###### Lessons
1. Overview of factoring polynomials with a coefficient in front of $x^2$
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##### Examples
###### Lessons
1. Factor the following:
1. ${9x^2+3x-2}$
2. ${21x^2-41x+10}$
3. ${8x^2+x-9}$
4. ${15x^2-16x-15}$
2. Factor with common factoring first
1. ${-36x^2-96xy-64y^2}$
2. ${-3a^2(b+1)^2-2a(b+1)^2+5(b+1)^2}$
3. Factor with unusual exponents
1. ${-6x^{8a}+17x^{4a}y^{4b}-10y^{8b}}$
###### Topic Notes
Before starting this lesson, check your understanding on how to factor ${x^2 + bx + c}$
we talked about in the other lesson first. The coefficient, a, in front of ${x^2}$
can make it a bit more challenging, but we will show you the tricks to make it easy!