Step 1 : Identify the values of a, b, and c; a is the coefficient of x^2, b is the coefficient of x, and c is the constant.
Step 2 : Find the discriminant (D) = b^2 - 4ac.
Step 3 : If the discriminant is positive(D > 0) , the expression has two real solutions given by.
x1 = (-b)+sqrt(D)/2a.
x2 = (-b)-sqrt(D)/2a.
Step 4 : Factors are (x+x1)(x+x2).