Trinomial Factoring Free

Trinomial Factoring Free

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Factors any trinomial equation and will display error if not factorable. Displays solutions of x regardless of being factorable, unless they contain imaginary(non-real) numbers.

Example:
input = 4x^2-4x-15
output = (2x-5)(2x+3)

Perfect for checking math homework or finding factors
quickly.

Suitable for pre algebra to college math.

Usability tip: use negative sign in front of number for subtraction on default UI. Alternate UI with toggle buttons for addition or subtraction selectable from menu, switch between them pressing the "Switch UI" menu item.

Ad supported, paid version contains no ads.

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Tags:
math, mathematics, algebra, factor, factoring, quadratic, equation, solver, calculator

Tags: calculadora para factor de trinom, como se resuelven los trinom de factoring.

Recently changed in this version

bug fixes
removed location permissions


Comments and ratings for Trinomial Factoring Free
  • (64 stars)

    by Robert Osborn on 01/04/2014

    This is definitely worth a download, no stupidity, and straight to the point. Works for all trinomials. A definite homework helper.

  • (64 stars)

    by Jacob Murry on 10/03/2014

    Saved me a lot of time on my homework.

  • (64 stars)

    by Taylor White on 06/03/2014

    GREAT

  • (64 stars)

    by Oniel Villanueva on 04/02/2014

    Very helpful. Great job

  • (64 stars)

    by Hamz Naq on 17/01/2014

    Can't put decimals, fractions, square roots, or anything beyond the extreme basics!

  • (64 stars)

    by mike yaworski on 05/11/2013

    It works; great. But dimming the screen clears the fields. Really? That's bad. Not only that, but you haven't changed what happens when the screen orientaton is changed. Currently, it destroys the activity and therefore cleard the fields. Fix that.

  • (64 stars)

    by Jessica Hughson on 29/10/2013

    Every problem I try gives me imaginary solution. What am I doing wrong?