## Consider the polynomial p(x)=8×3+12×2+2x+3. Part A: What is the correct factorization of p(x)=8×3+12×2+2x+3 over the integers?

Question

Consider the polynomial p(x)=8×3+12×2+2x+3.

Part A: What is the correct factorization of p(x)=8×3+12×2+2x+3 over the integers?

Part B: What method is used to factor p(x)=8×3+12×2+2x+3?

Select one answer for Part A and select one answer for Part B.

B: perfect-square trinomial
B: grouping
A: (2x+3)(4x+1)
B: sum of cubes
A: (4×2+1)(2x+3)
A: (2x+3)(4×2+6x+1)

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1. A: B: grouping

Step-by-step explanation:

We are given the polynomial: Part A: What is the correct factorization of over the integers?

We need to factorize the term Factorizing by grouping:    So, factors of the term are Part B: What method is used to factor p(x)=8×3+12×2+2x+3?

The method used to factor the given polynomial is grouping.

We group the terms and then find the common terms in that specific group

A: B: grouping

Keywords: Finding Factors