Not really, I have no idea how to factor equations with more than just three terms.
So what you need to do is group the first two terms and the last two terns together.
...And then what?
And then after you group the terms together you factor out the GCF from each grouping.
I see! So if I have x^3+7x^2+2x+14, I group the first two and last two together and factor out an x^2 from the first two and a 2 from the second two and then divide out a x+7 so my final answer is (x+7)(x^2+2)