Posted by **margie** on Sunday, January 28, 2007 at 11:32am.

3x^2+17x+10

*you have to factor completley

51xcubed+12

Didn't I do this already? I remember it. What two factors of ten (hint: 5,2) will add to 17 when one factor is multiplied by 3? Hint: the five will be multiplied by three.

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