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College algebra answers are defined as the complete solution set of college level algebra problems. Some of the examples are shown below which shows the college algebra problems.

Now to factorize the middle term 5x,

Such that sum of the split terms are 5x and multiplication is 6x^2.

So 5x can be split into 3x and 2x.

Therefore, x^2+ 3x + 2x+ 6 = 0 > x(x+3) + 2 (x+3) = 0

(x+2) (x+3) = 0

Now to factorize the middle term 4x,

Such that sum of the split terms are 4x and multiplication is 4x^2.

So 4x can be split into 2x and 2x.

Therefore, x^2+ 2x + 2x+ 4 = 0

x(x+2) + 2 (x+2) = 0

(x+2) (x+2) = 0