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x^2+3x4=50
how do i do this by factoring

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Reiny
I assume you want to solve it.
write it as
x^2 + 3x  54 = 0
Can you think of two numbers that multiply to get 54 and have a sum of +3 ?
how about +9 and 6 ?
(x+9)(x6) = 0
x = 9 or x = 6
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