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

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

Please factor.

How do I get from 4x2-32x to 4x(x-2)(x2+2x+4)???

This is a factoring question that I have difficulty on

Factor the expression completely.

There are __________ units manufactured at a cost of $9050.

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How do you factor y=5x^2-8x+4? (x + 10)(x - 2) (5x - 2)(x + 2) (-5x + 2)(x + 2) (x - 10)(x + 2) (-5x - 2)(x - 2)

a) x^2-7x-30 b) x^2-12x+27 c)2x^2-20x+32

a)16x^2-25 b)x^2-1

a)4x^2-12x+16 b)-3x^2+15x-9 c)-25x^2+5x

answer 4x^3+2x^2–2x–1

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