Posted by **Emily** on Tuesday, January 23, 2007 at 8:17pm.

OH! I get it now! Thanks so much for helping me out Count Iblis! (I told you I love this website!)

Factor the expression.

56x^3+43x^2+5x

I am used to the form of trinomial ax^2+bx+c, not ax^3+bx^2+cx. It is an even-numbered problem, so, of course, it was not on Hotmath. Any help is greatly appreciated! (I LOVE this website!)

56x^3+43x^2+5x =

x(56x^2 + 43x + 5)

Factor the quadratic expression in the brackets.

how do i factor

7n^5 + 7n^4 - 3n^2 -6n -3

U don't u wait for mr t to tell u how to Lol munkee

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