In Algebra 1 I am given the following problem: Factor completely: (y - a)x2 - 100(y - a) Please help me.

In Algebra 1 I am given the following problem: Factor completely: (y - a)x2 - 100(y - a) Please help me.

(x+2)3 (x-3)5 +(x-3)6 (x+2)2 I do not understand how i would break down and factor this problem

A rectangle has an area of 24 square inches. The width is represented by x-3 and the length is x+2. Find the dimensions.

The length of a rectangle is 3 cm more than the width. The area is 70 cm squared. Find the dimensions on the rectangle

Find the dimensions on the proposed flower garden

I know we have to use a common factor "4" but I'm lost from there.

u^2-8u-9 thanks

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12x^3-58x^2-10x thanks

w2v+5v-4w2-20

20u8k3+48u7k5-12u6k4

x2+6x-48

Hi , I need help understanding how to solve this. Can you please explain with steps? The question is to factor : 16y^2 - 56y + 49 Using the "special identity " : a^2...

3x2-15x8 thanks

10r3-65r2p-35rp2 Thanks

If a gym charges its members $300 per year to join, they get 1000 members. For each $2 increase in price they can expect to lose 5 members.

A magician’s stage has a rectangle trapdoor which is (x+ 1/2) by 2x ft. The outside rectangle length is (x+ 16) ft. Part A. The total area (in square feet) of the stage can be represented...

Hi, I need some help with the steps involved in factoring this : (x—2)2 + 3(x—2)

(This is question 14 on the algebra 2 common core New York June 2016 regents)

Hi , I need help with factoring 9-(2x+1)^2