10th grade
posted by arricka .
how do i solve
X2 +4X60
(the 2 after the x is supposed to stand for squared.)

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10th grade 
Jen
x^2+4x60=0
You have to look for two numbers that multiply to the last term (60) and add to the middle term (4). In this case, the numbers are 10 and 6. We write them like this:
(x+10)(x6)
Check my work. 
10th grade 
priya
2x + 4x=60
6x=60
x=60/6
so x=10
very simple.....
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