Posted by Shavaleir on Monday, September 21, 2009 at 10:02pm.
You could now try the rest and post your results for checking.
37. The only common factor is 4.
8a+4+12c = 4(2a + 3c + 1)
The others are similar. Try them yourself.
Sorry, my #34 is not correct. I remember seeing the expression from another question. I have probably put it in the wrong response.
#34 should be
I do not know from where the "+1" in your response came.
you have missed out another factor of 2.
#36 basically correct, although I prefer to order the terms in alphabetical order of the variables, like:
Factorization not complete.
Give it another try. You're getting there.
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