Use google; you'll get sites like:
How to Factor Cube Functions | eHow.com
Use google; you'll get sites like:
How to Factor Cube Functions | eHow.com
The only "general method" for factoring polynomials, even quadratic polynomials, is to solve the equation. If , , ..., are roots of then .
Other than that, you do exactly the sort of thing you do for quadratics- look at the factors of the leading coefficient and constant term and try to distribute them among the factors.
Of course, MOST polynomials, even quadratic polynomials, cannot be factored using only integer coefficients, which is what is usually understood by "factoring".