Over the time that I have tutored, both at Austin Community College and as an independent tutor, the best thing that I have learned is that any student that is having fun while they learn make them actually want to come back and learn more. Although people came in to the tutoring lab at Austin Community College, they were coming in to the tutoring lab reluctantly because they just didn't understand... read more
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she is doing factoring polynomials (answer)
Robert makes a good point to use the difference of squares formula but if you are unable to see it at first, I would suggest that you look at it the long way: Set it up as a regular polynomial: (1/4)x2 +0x - 9 Notice that since we don't have an x in the original problem, we just insert...