Algebra

Factor 3g squared - 7g +2

asked by Will
  1. 3g^2 - 7g + 2
    (3g-?)(g-?)

    The only factors of 2 are 1 and 2. So, how can you place them to get -7 in the middle?

    posted by Steve
  2. X power 4 +x square + 1

    posted by x power 4 + X square + 1

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