# How do you factor #2x^4 - 3x #?

##### 1 Answer

Mar 10, 2018

#### Explanation:

Whatever two terms have in common, we can factor that out. In our case, both terms have an

If the product of two things is zero, one or both of them have to be equal to zero. Setting both terms equal to zero, we get:

We can add

Next, we can divide both sides by

To isolate **cube root** of both sides to get:

And we can evaluate this with a calculator to get: