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bd40bc7c7a Clicking on the larger equation will make it go away. Here is the correct factoring for this polynomial. This time it does. Note that the method we used here will only work if the coefficient of the x2 term is one. To finish this we just need to determine the two numbers that need to go in the blank spots. Please do not email asking for the solutions/answers as you won't get them from me. If it is anything else this wont work and we really will be back to trial and error to get the correct factoring form. If there is, we will factor it out of the polynomial. Close the Menu The following list of questions/complaints about this site I am constantly getting emails about so I decided to put the answers to them here in a effort to get them answered quicker.
(a) [Solution] (b) [Solution] (c) [Solution] Solution (a) In this case lets notice that we can factor out a common factor of 3x2 from all the terms so lets do that first. Close the Menu Contact Me - Send me an email! Request Permission for Using Notes - If you are an instructor and wish to use some of the material on this site in your classes please fill out this form. I also have quite a few duties in my department that keep me quite busy at times. This is completely factored since neither of the two factors on the right can be further factored. With some trial and error we can get that the factoring of this polynomial is, [Return to Problems] (g) In this final step weve got a harder problem here. Now that weve done a couple of these we wont put the remaining details in and well go straight to the final factoring. There are many more possible ways to factor 12, but these are representative of many of them.