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Homework Help: Algebra

Posted by Rachelle on Monday, November 10, 2008 at 4:38pm.

Hi! I have a few questions about Factoring Quadratic Expressions.

My first one is 12x^2+x=6. How would you facor that?

My second is how would x^4-1 equal the answer 1(x^4-1)(x^2=1)(x^2-1)?

Finally, how would you factor something such as -3x(x+2)-8(x+2), when there is no common factor other than one?

Thank you so much for your assistance! :)

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