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### Course: Algebra (all content) > Unit 10

Lesson 18: Factoring quadratics: Perfect squares# Factoring higher-degree polynomials: Common factor

Discover the art of factoring higher degree polynomials. We start by pulling out common factors, then spot perfect squares. The key is seeing patterns and using them to simplify complex expressions. Sal demonstrates by factoring 16x^3+24x^2+9x as (x)(4x+3)^2.

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