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I couldn't find the sets of factors that add up to -13 in this problem. Plz help, anything is greatly appreciated!

x^2-13x+36

Thx for helping ppl!

you could use the quad. eqn which is -b plus or munus sq root of b squared minus 4 ac all over 2 a

That is a good idea but I need to solve it by factoring, which uses a different method of solving it. Thx for helping out though, rach!

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did i do the ^ rose right? LOL

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