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### Course: Algebra 2 > Unit 4

Lesson 3: Dividing polynomials by linear factors- Dividing polynomials by linear expressions
- Dividing polynomials by linear expressions: missing term
- Divide polynomials by linear expressions
- Factoring using polynomial division
- Factoring using polynomial division: missing term
- Factor using polynomial division

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# Factoring using polynomial division

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The video breaks down the process of dividing polynomials by linear factors. It starts with a given polynomial and a known factor, then uses polynomial division to rewrite the expression as a product of linear factors. The video emphasizes understanding the steps and the reasoning behind each one.

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