Factor, using the common factor 6a^-15/4. Assume all variables represent positive real numbers: -6a^-3/4 + 24a^-15/4

Factor, using the common factor 6a^-15/4. Assume all variables represent positive real numbers: -6a^-3/4 + 24a^-15/4

it is a question based on the idea of factorization. i do not know how to assign my variables

x4 -2x2+1

A rectangular is drawn so that the width is 2 feet shorter than the length. The area of the rectangular is 80 square feet. Find the length of the rectangular.

Find two numbers whose product is 60, and whose sum is -17.

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the profit ono a small appliance

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I forgot how to do this but I'm pretty sure that you factor first.

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So i have to factorise: 3m - 15- 5n + mn= the answer is supposed to be (m - 5) (3 + n) but idk how to approach the question

a new department store needs a new rectangular parking lot to surround the store. the front of the department store is 200 feet wide and the store if 100 feet deep. the front of the store faces north...