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how do you put this in an diamond problem ...
could you please tell me how to do it...2x^2-7x-30

  • precalculus -

    Don't know what you mean by "diamond problem" in this context.
    I know the term is associated with computer programming in the C language, but here ...????

    are you perhaps factoring 2x^2-7x-30 ??

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