Hi , I need help factoring these , if possible with steps so I can better understand. 1. a^3(a+b)^2 + b^3(a+b)^2 2. 8x^4(x-4) - 27x(x-4) 3...
Hi , I need help factoring these , if possible with steps so I can better understand. 1. a^3(a+b)^2 + b^3(a+b)^2 2. 8x^4(x-4) - 27x(x-4) 3...
Hi, I'm having a little troubling understanding how to factor : 5(x+1)-6(x+1)^2 If possible, can you put steps too. Thanks.
Hi , I need help with factoring 9-(2x+1)^2
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...
There are __________ units manufactured at a cost of $9050.
How do I get from 4x2-32x to 4x(x-2)(x2+2x+4)???
Ok, so the problem is: 9m3+18m2-25m-50 The answer is supposed to be (m+2)(3m+5)(3m-5) How do I get to that? Please explain it to me!
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)4x^2-12x+16 b)-3x^2+15x-9 c)-25x^2+5x
a)16x^2-25 b)x^2-1
a) x^2-7x-30 b) x^2-12x+27 c)2x^2-20x+32
given A= x^2 + 5x a) find the dimensions of the swimming pool b) find the perimeter of the swimming pool c) find the area and perimeter of the pool if x = 10
This is a factoring question that I have difficulty on
answer 4x^3+2x^2–2x–1
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...