In this lecture we looked a simple way of factoring our equations, without having having to learn the rather cumbersome quadratic formula. This method helps us to convert our equation from standard form into intercept form and also tells up how many roots our equation will have.
For your challenge, convert the following equation into intercept, or factored, form;
y = -1/3x^2 + 10/3x - 16/3
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