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Factor completly
3s^2-14s+8

I get 3s(s-4)-2(s-4)

but I don't think I can go farther is this non factorable?

  • Math help -

    You are on the right track. Now factor out the s-4 and you get

    (3s-2)(s-4)

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    Thank you

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