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posted by jasmine20 .
can someone correct these. and help me
DIrections:Factor
(3) 4x^24x15
My solving: 4*x*x4*x15 (the star means multiply
my final answer: x^315 (the ^ means for exponent)
(4) 5x^226x+5
my solving: 5*x*x26*x+5
my final answer: x^316
I don't understand what you did. The question asks for factors.
(2x+3)(2x5)
Check that.
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