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## Can x2 1 be factored?

Originally Answered: Can you factor x^2+1? It has no real factors. But it can be **factored as (x+i) (x-i)**

## What is the factor of X Square 1?

Rewrite 1 as 1**2 . Since both terms are perfect squares, factor using the difference of squares formula, a2u2212b2(a+b)(au2212b) a 2 – b 2 ( a + b ) ( a – b ) where ax and b1 .**

## Which of the following is factorization of 1 x2?

5xy, 3pqr and 40 xyz? 4. Which of the following is quotient obtained on dividing 18 xyz2 by 3 xz? 5.

## How do you factor x2?

You’re question answers itself: A quadratic equation can be factored easily if you factor it easily, i.e. if you look at it and you can quickly **identify two numbers whose product is the c coefficient and whose sum is the b coefficient. If it takes you any more effort than that, it isn’t going to be what I’d call easy.**

## Can X² 1 be factored?

Originally Answered: Can you factor x^2+1? **yes. It could be factorized.**

## What are the factors of 1 x2?

(1 – **x) (1 + x) (1 + x) (1 + x)**

## Which of the following are the factors of 1?

To find the factors of any given number, we express each number as a product of prime numbers since they do not leave any remainder. For example, consider some numbers such as 1, 8, 21, 29. The factor of 1 is 1. The factors of 8 are 1, 2, 4 and 8.

## What are the factors of 1 x3?

So, (1-x) and **(1 + x + x^2) are factors of this expression.**

## What is factorization formula?

The general factorization formula is expressed as **N Xa xd7 Yb xd7 Zc. Here, a, b, c represent the exponential powers of the factors of a factorized number.**