How do i solve this problem? Where do I start the problem??

How do i solve this problem? Where do I start the problem??

i need help on algebra 2

The answer is (y+11)(2-y)(2+y).

On my worksheet it says to factor each equation completely. I do not fully understand how to do this.

So this Section is "solving quadratic equations by factoring", I got the hang of it, but stumped on a few. So one problem says 8y^2 -28y-60 and the answer is 4(2y+3)(y-5). I do not get...

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Factoring the trinomial 4y7-12y5+16y3

what is f(x)=6x3-12x2-x+2

the common factor or the least common denominator.

x2(x2-4)-25(x2-4)

algebra 2

I just need help factoring quadratic trinomials. Specifically 12x2 + -46x + 42.

The answer is (y^2+11)(2-y)(2+y)

How to factor x^3+x^2-x-1

factorize completely

algebra 2

By factorizing the expression 3x^2+26x+51, find two factors of 32651.

use the quadratic formula

Im having trouble factoring 25x^2-10x+1 using the ac method. I end up with (5x-5)(5x-5)