Determine the integer values of n for which n^2-18n+45 is a prime number.

Determine the integer values of n for which n^2-18n+45 is a prime number.

factorise each of the following expressions completely a) 6x^2y^2-5xy-4 b) 3z-8xyz+4x^2y^2z c) 36y^2-49(x+1)^2

a) Factorise 3x^2+19x+20. b) Hence, Factorise 3(y-2)+19(y-2)+20

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

We have to factorize and find roots if x.

factorise

This is in factorization

This question is of factorization.

Factor completely

i know how to factorize expressions. i know that to solve it you have to write a-9 twice because its to the second power, however im confused as to how to get two numbers to multiply that will give...

From the textbook.

Divide 55[x4-5x3-24x2] by 11x[x-8]

Is That is true: once you learn the rule of factorization it will remain utilize life time with out any queries ??

using the prime factorization method

-abc-pqr-lmn answer -(abc+pqr+lmn)

-x3+5x2-5x+3

The smaller number is x the largest number is 2x-1 this for my math class andbi tried it many times and with my parents but i cant get the answer

I dont understand how to factorize those two problems..... please help

thanks in advance and sorry for the redundancy this thing is giving me headache -x3+5x2-18x+20=0probably it will have three values of x or answers.

Hi. I have a hard time with Algebra 1/Algebra 2 Factorization Problems. Can someone explain them in-depth and offer some examples? Clarify the mystery for me. Thanks!

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