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what is the product of the solutions to the equation x squared minus 15x minus 36 equal -72

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    x^2-15x-36=-72
    therefore x^2-15x+36=0
    when you solve this you get
    (x-12)*(x-3)=0

    You can find the 2 solutions from that and multiply them.

    hope that helps

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