I'm stuck at factoring out cubed z. So far, I've factored the expression ((z^3)-8)/((z^2)+(2*z)+4) into ((z-2)^3)/z(z+2)+4. I'm not sure I've done this correctly in the first...
Y^2 + 11y = 0
Please factor 90 cd squared, while showing how u got the answer, I am not sure if 9 and 3 or 9 and 10
please factor 45c to the 3rd power and d
please factor 9t squared- 12t-5. is this factorable, if so, show work
How do you complete the factoring 8y^2-6y=2y
Function- y=-3x2+8x+35 identify the axis of symmetry and the vertex identify the maximum find the x-intercepts by factoring show...
how to solve by factoring if (x -2)2 has the value of negative 8
Can you write the steps for trinominal and binomial factoring and or quadrazites?
The question is 125x^3-8.
The question is x^3 y^3 + 27.
factor by grouping
The question is 15x^3-25x^2+10. I got up to the part of 5x(3x^2-5x+2) but after that I just get stuck.
X^6-x^3-6 is the question.
factor b(x+4) + 7(x+4)
I need to know how to factor by grouping and how to factor completely in Algebra 2