Algebra
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6x^2+9cx= 6c^2 I tried moving the 6c^2 to the other side of the equation, then factoring (36) to arrive at (6x^2+12cx) (3cx6c^2)...then....6x(x+2c) 3c(x+2c)...but I am not getting it? The answer in the book is...2c, c/2?
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