Posted by **jas20** on Sunday, February 25, 2007 at 3:14am.

can someone show me how to factor this: i keep getting -6 and 5

but i want to factor:

x^2+7x+6

x^2+7x+6 = (x+1)(x+6)

This means the roots of

x^2+7x+6 = 0 ar -1 and -6

duhhhhh...i was thinking completely wrong..thank you

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