Factor completely . 2y^3+3y^2−6y−9 Enter the factors as a product of two binomials. Enter the original expression if it cannot be factored.
Factor completely . 2y^3+3y^2−6y−9 Enter the factors as a product of two binomials. Enter the original expression if it cannot be factored.
Factor completely. x^2+3x−10 Enter the factors as a product of two binomials. Enter the original expression if it cannot be factored.
Factor completely. 5t^6−7t^3x−6x^2 Enter the factors as a product of two binomials. Enter the original expression if it cannot be factored.
Factor completely. 40s^2+34s−20 Enter the factors. Enter the original expression if it cannot be factored.
Solve 2x^2 + 8x -4 = 0 by completing the square. Solve (x^2 +x)^2 -3(x^2+x) +2=0 using substitution, factoring, and the quadratic formula
Sum of all the factors of 36 equals to ? My answer is 91 but in the book answer is 90. I think answer is wrong.
The answer cannot have imaginary numbers. I know the binomials must have d and plus. i am not sure what to do about the middle section.
The area of a doubles tennis court can be represented approximately by the trinomial x^2 - x - 42. Factor the area to find binomials that represent the length and width of the tennis court...
Factor 24v^9w^9+ 28v^5w^7y^8
2a4-9a2+4
Sorry made mistake when I originally asked question: A. 3a-20 B. a-4 C. a+4 D. 3a+5
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if the polynomial cannot be factored write prim
Factor completely
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This is for my trig class. Thanks for the help!
factor completely
Factor the differences of two squares. Be sure to factor completely. X6-64
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