How to factor x-x^4 (x to the fourth power)
i really dont get this...it was in my factoring trinomials section
X(1-x^3) if you take out the gcf. However, now you can factor the ( ) bc that's the difference of two perfect cubes.x(1-x)(1+x+x^2)To ck it, mult. It all out.
It is distributing in reverse x(1-x to the 3rd)