In order to answer this question one needs to understand the terms binomial and and factor.

Another concept with regards to factoring and factors: If you have 2y +6 then you have 2y=2 x Y and 6=2x3. You could also write it as 2y+6=2(y+3). This equation has a common factor of 2.

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- Binomial

^{2}-b^{2}but it could be shown as (a+b)(a-b). So the equation would be a^{2}-b^{2}=(a+b)(a-b).- Factor

^{2}+4x+3=(x+3)(x+1) the numbers in the parentheses are the factors. They are also binomials.Another concept with regards to factoring and factors: If you have 2y +6 then you have 2y=2 x Y and 6=2x3. You could also write it as 2y+6=2(y+3). This equation has a common factor of 2.

- Binomial factor

Algebraic terms can be complicated. Anyone who needs to learn about algebra can find information on algebra sites or purchase a book. There are plenty available.