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Factor: 18x^2-33x+9

  • Algebra II -

    Use the quadratic formula
    and that will give you the answer

  • Algebra II -

    or, note that you have

    3(6x^2-11x+3)

    that will factor into

    (6x-?)(x-?) or (3x-?)(2x-?)
    where the two ? are either 1 or 3

    a little thought will provide the answer:

    3(3x-1)(2x-3)

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