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From my calculations, it's unfactorable. Is this a multiple choice answer?

How do you factor 3x⁴-17x³-12x²-62 x+20 into two quadratics?

Link would be helpful too.

I get it. I know I have a video of this somewhere. One second.

Factor theorem will surely work.

find the factors of 20 first... can you tell me @micahwood50 ?

I'm not sure how to do this, can you show me?

what are the factors of 20?

1, 2, 4, 5, 10, 20

is -1 , -2 , -4,-5,-10, -20 also factors of 20 ?

Yeah.

In which you get the answer as 0 ?

Can you do this @micahwood50 ?

Umm, I tried all of them, none of them works.

http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=factor%283x%5E4-17x%5E3-12x%5E2-62x%2B20%29

those are only the rational roots

we want integral roots...

You know what? Save your time and help someone else. I'm googling Factor theorem. Thanks, though.

if the lowest terms with integer coefficients are quadratics, there aren't any.

factors, not terms

that wording was bad, but I think you know what I mean