6s^{3}+10s 3/3/2013 | Taj from Fair Lawn, NJ | 1 Answer | 0 Votes Mark favorite Subscribe Comment Comments Taj, There is more to your problem then what you listed. You do not have enough information to solve for s, and your coefficients are not the same so it is already in simplest form. Were you actually trying to factor this statement? 3/4/2013 | Stefany S. Comment
Taj, There is more to your problem then what you listed. You do not have enough information to solve for s, and your coefficients are not the same so it is already in simplest form. Were you actually trying to factor this statement? 3/4/2013 | Stefany S.
Write the exponents with superscript, or ( ^). I assume it is asked to find the roots of the function 6 S^{3} + 10S = 2S ( 3S^{2 }+5 ) = 0 factor the polynomial. S = 0 3S^{2} + 5 = 0 S^{2 }= -5/3 S = ±i √(5/3) 9/14/2013 | Parviz F. Comment
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Taj, There is more to your problem then what you listed. You do not have enough information to solve for s, and your coefficients are not the same so it is already in simplest form. Were you actually trying to factor this statement?