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Need help on factoring. HOw exactly would I solve these(big test coming up):

-3x to the second+18x+12

-5x to the second-13x=6

-5x to the second-6x_1

-and xto the second + 6x=10

Thanks.

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    Note: on the third problem there is a typo. I meant 5x to the second-6x+1, and the dashes on all of the problems at begin, are not negatives.

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    Use the quadratic equation on each of them.

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