CFactor Command

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CAS Syntax

CFactor[ <Expression> ]
Factorizes a given expression, allowing for complex factors.
Example:
CFactor[x^2 + 4] yields (x + 2 ί) (x - 2 ί), the factorization of x2 + 4.


CFactor[ <Expression>, <Variable> ]
Factorizes an expression with respect to a given variable, allowing for complex factors.
Examples:
CFactor[a^2 + x^2, a] yields (ί x + a) (- ί x + a), the factorization of a2 + x2 with respect to a.

CFactor[a^2 + x^2, x] yields (x + ί a) (x - ί a), the factorization of a2 + x2 with respect to x.
Note:
This command factors expressions over the Complex Rational Numbers. To factor over rational numbers, see the Factor Command.
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