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fac·tor·ize

 (făk′tə-rīz′)
tr.v. fac·tor·ized, fac·tor·iz·ing, fac·tor·iz·es Mathematics
To factor.

fac′tor·i·za′tion (-tər-ĭ-zā′shən) n.

factorize

(ˈfæktəˌraɪz) or

factorise

vb
(Mathematics) (tr) maths to resolve (an integer or polynomial) into factors
ˌfactoriˈzation, ˌfactoriˈsation n

factorize


Past participle: factorized
Gerund: factorizing

Imperative
factorize
factorize
Present
I factorize
you factorize
he/she/it factorizes
we factorize
you factorize
they factorize
Preterite
I factorized
you factorized
he/she/it factorized
we factorized
you factorized
they factorized
Present Continuous
I am factorizing
you are factorizing
he/she/it is factorizing
we are factorizing
you are factorizing
they are factorizing
Present Perfect
I have factorized
you have factorized
he/she/it has factorized
we have factorized
you have factorized
they have factorized
Past Continuous
I was factorizing
you were factorizing
he/she/it was factorizing
we were factorizing
you were factorizing
they were factorizing
Past Perfect
I had factorized
you had factorized
he/she/it had factorized
we had factorized
you had factorized
they had factorized
Future
I will factorize
you will factorize
he/she/it will factorize
we will factorize
you will factorize
they will factorize
Future Perfect
I will have factorized
you will have factorized
he/she/it will have factorized
we will have factorized
you will have factorized
they will have factorized
Future Continuous
I will be factorizing
you will be factorizing
he/she/it will be factorizing
we will be factorizing
you will be factorizing
they will be factorizing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been factorizing
you have been factorizing
he/she/it has been factorizing
we have been factorizing
you have been factorizing
they have been factorizing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been factorizing
you will have been factorizing
he/she/it will have been factorizing
we will have been factorizing
you will have been factorizing
they will have been factorizing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been factorizing
you had been factorizing
he/she/it had been factorizing
we had been factorizing
you had been factorizing
they had been factorizing
Conditional
I would factorize
you would factorize
he/she/it would factorize
we would factorize
you would factorize
they would factorize
Past Conditional
I would have factorized
you would have factorized
he/she/it would have factorized
we would have factorized
you would have factorized
they would have factorized
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.factorize - resolve (a polynomial) into factors
solve, resolve - find the solution; "solve an equation"; "solve for x"
Translations

factorize

vtin Faktoren zerlegen, faktorisieren
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