In the mathematical discipline of graph theory, the 2-factor theorem, discovered by Julius Petersen, is one of the earliest works in graph theory. It can be stated as follows: 2-factor theorem. Let G be a regular graph whose degree is an even number, 2k. Then the edges of G can be partitioned into k edge-disjoint 2-factors. Here, a 2-factor is a subgraph of G in which all vertices have degree two; that is, it is a collection of cycles that together touch each vertex exactly once. (Wikipedia).

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π Learn how to factor polynomials using the difference of two squares for polynomials raised to higher powers. A polynomial is an expression of the form ax^n + bx^(n-1) + . . . + k, where a, b, and k are constants and the exponents are positive integers. To factor an algebraic expression m

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π Learn how to factor polynomials using the difference of two squares for polynomials raised to higher powers. A polynomial is an expression of the form ax^n + bx^(n-1) + . . . + k, where a, b, and k are constants and the exponents are positive integers. To factor an algebraic expression m

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π Learn how to factor polynomials using the sum or difference of two cubes. A polynomial is an expression of the form ax^n + bx^(n-1) + . . . + k, where a, b, and k are constants and the exponents are positive integers. To factor an algebraic expression means to break it up into expression

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Algebra 2 6.07a - The Rational Zeros Theorem, Part 1

The Rational Zeros Theorem. First video in a short series that explains what the theorem says and why it works. Several examples are also carefully worked out and explained in detail.

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