We've developed a function called

`factor`

that knows how to factor most
polynomial-type expressions. This means figuring out, for example, that
$4x^2-4x-3$ is equal to $(2x+1)(2x-3)$.
The `factor`

function here is use a lot like the `algebra`

function
from this past lesson.

answer=factor("your-math-expression")

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This example will factor $4x^2-4x-3$. You might also try factoring:

- $9x^2+21$
- $t^3-3t^2+t-3$
- $u^2+u-56$
- $12x^2-5x-2$
- $10b^2-38b+24$

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