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Can someone please show me step by step how to do these. I've read the book and there examples and It is just not clicking. Directions: Factor each of the following polynomials completely Problem:#1 14x^220x+6 Directions:Find all
asked by Jasmine20 on January 31, 2007 
Math, correction
the directions are perform the indicated divisions. so the problem is: (x^22x35)/(x+5) so these are the steps i took: (36x^3)/(6x)= so my answer was: 6x^2 Nope. Factor the numerator, one of the factors will be x+5, which will
asked by Jasmine20 on January 23, 2007 
algebra1
could you walkthrough the steps to solving this problem because I am stuck; 3x5(3x7)=2(x+9)+45 Let me know if you have a question in any step. 3x5(3x7)=2(x+9)+45 3x15x+35= 2x+18+45 12x+35 = 2x+63 35 35 12x= 2x +6335
asked by unknown on March 21, 2007 
math,correction
Is this correct or no. I need help in a couple of problems can someone explain them to me. Problem#1 directions: Factor each expression a^2(bc)16b^2(bc) My answer is: (bc)(a4b)(a+4b) PROBLEM#2 dIRECTIONS: Find a value for k
asked by jas20 on February 24, 2007 
math
how do i do x2+12x+32 x2+12x = 14x+32 subtract 14x from each side 14x=32 divide by 2 7x=16 x=16/7, which is 2 and 2/7 ok maybe you typed that question wrong? is it x^2 + 12x + 32 ? if it is then the solution is: (x+8)(x+4) because
asked by bob on February 14, 2007 
MATH
explain how to put 7y14x=21 in slope intercept form. You want y=mx + b 7y14x=21 add 14x to both sides, divide both sides by 7. thanks you
asked by Jose on October 8, 2006 
correct , math
Directions: Facotor each of the following polynomials completely. 14x ^2 20x + 6 the answer that i got was: 7x^210x+3= (7x3)(x1) not quite. You left out the two, you just cant throw it away. 2(7x3)(x1) can you show me please
asked by jasmine20 on February 9, 2007 
Question, in regards to math
My questions is this: Directions :create one statement in english representing an algebraic representation. I have this: SIMPLE PROBLEM: A DOZEN EQQS COST $1.20. WHAT IS THE PRICE OF EACH (1) EGG. ALGEBRAIC REPRESENTATION OF THIS
asked by jasmine20 on January 4, 2007 
Math(Please Help)
* I don't get this problem at all... 4(x+2) 6x^2  *  5x 2x what are the directions? in the denominator, you have 10x^2 in the numerator, you have 24x^2(x+2) the x^2 divides out, and the numbers can be reduced. that would
asked by Margie on February 21, 2007 
Algerbra 2
Simplify and show the steps to the problem 4(14x10y)  6( y + 4x)
asked by Micah on September 12, 2011