This is a factoring question that I have difficulty on
Factoring this problem is difficult
I know how to factor more routine things that you see in your high school algebra class, but I'm not sure how to factor things consistently that are outside of the quadratics you're used to or something...
"Find two consecutive odd integers such that the square of the first, added to 3 times the second, is 34." I know it has something to do with creating a quadratic and factoring...
Factor the expression completely.
Find three consecutive integers such that the product of the first and the third exceeds the product of 8 and the second by 32...
Mr. Murphy's math class has been studying operations with polynomials and factoring. Today in class Mr. Murphy wrote the following pattern on the board: 1*2*3=4*1^2+2*1 2*3*4=5*2^2+2*2 3*4*5=6*3^2+2*3 4*5*6=7*4^2+2*4 He...
It has to do with factoring and is College Algebra
Find the perimeter and area of the rectangle below Length is 4 +x and width is 3x
Find the dimensions and perimeter of the rectangle A=x^2+ 9x -22
The perimeter of a rectangle is 32 cm. its area is shown in the diagram. find the acutal dimensions of the rectangle A= x^2+ 5x -14
Need help trying to factor this problem
Find the completely factored form of f (x) = 2x^4 - x^3 - 13x^2 - 6x IF (x+2) is one of the factors
Help me please