PLease Help Me IN Math
posted by Margie
Problem:
25x^2 6
 * 
12 5x
What I Got:
5x

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*Please Check My Work And Tell Me If I am Correct or wrong.If I am wrong please help me as much as possible.Thank you~
Wrong. When are you going to factor the 25x^2 ?
The 5x then will divide out.
oh...so then will it be:
(5+x)

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