MATH: TRINOMIALS
posted by Stephanie .
Hello.
Can you explain to me how to factor the following.
30x^2  48x
x2 + 6x + 7

on the first, factor out 6x
On the second, are you certain bout the signs? If the 7 is negative, then factors are 7,1 If the six and seven are both positive, there are no real roots.
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