**Example 1:**9x^{2}+ 3x

3(3x ^{2}+ x). . . Taking 3 as a common factor. 3x(3x + 1) . . . Taking 'x' as the common factor. **Answer**: 3x(3x + 1)**Example 2:**2x^{2}- 3x

x(2x - 3) . . . Taking 'x' as the common factor. **Answer**: x(2x - 3)**Example 3:**8x^{2}+ 15

**Answer**: The given expression is a prime expression. It cannot be factored since no number or variable is common to both terms**Example 4:**3ax^{2}+ 8abxx(3a + 8ba) . . . 'x' is the common factor xa(3 + 8b) . . . 'a' is the common factor **Answer**: xa(3 + 8b)**Example 5:**4x^{2}- 3xx(4x - 3) . . . 'x' is the common factor **Answer**: x(4x - 3)**Example 6:**√3x^{2}+ 3√3(x + √3) . . . '√3' is the common factor **Answer**: √3(x + √3)**Example 7:**ax^{2}+ bxx(ax + b) . . . 'x' is the common factor **Answer**: x(ax + b)**Example 8:**35x^{2}- 2**Answer**: The given expression is a prime expression. It has no common factor**Example 9:**(a + b)x^{2}+ a + b(a + b)(x ^{2}+ 1). . . '(a + b)' is the common factor **Answer**: (a + b)(x^{2}+ 1)**Example 10:**. . . 'x' is the common factor . . . '1/2' is the common factor **Answer**:

### Example solutions for factoring a two termed quadratic expression by taking the common factor

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