**Solve**:

**Step 1**: Obtain zero on one side and then factor.

**Step 2**: Set each factor equal to zero.

**Step 3**: Solve each of the resulting equations.

**Tip**: You can always see if you solved correctly by checking your answers. On an exam it is useful to know if got the correct solutions or not.

**Instructional Video**: The Zero-Product Property

**Instructional Video**: Solving Quadratic Equations - Only 3 Types!

**Solve**.

*ax*^2 +

*bx*+

*c*= 0,

**equal to zero**.

**Solve**:

Obtain standard form and then factor.

**Important**: We must have zero on one side of our equation for this technique to work.

**Instructional Video:**Solving Quadratic Equations by Factoring

**Solve**.

**Solve**:

**Solve**.

**Find a quadratic equation with given solution set**.

*y*=

*f*(

*x*) reads, "

*y*equals

*f*of

*x*."

**Evaluate the given function**.

**Given the graph of the quadratic function, find the**.

*x*- and*y*- intercepts**Video Examples on YouTube**: Solve by Factoring PlayList

**Example**: Factor by Grouping and Solve Part II