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can anyone help me with these: 3x2 + 17x + 10 5y8  125 a2  2ab  15b2 4c2  12c + 9 5 y^8  125 = 5(y^8  25) y^8  25 can be written (y^4  5)(y^4 + 5) For the others, you need to try a few factors until you find a pair that
asked by mike on March 9, 2007 
Math
1.3x^2+17x+10 2.5y^8125 3.a^22ab15b^2 *Please help me.You have to factor by completing. Let's look at #1: 3x^2 + 17x + 10 We have 2 and 5 as factors of the last term. What combinations can we do to arrive at the middle term?
asked by Alex on February 4, 2007 
factoring
a^22ab15b^2 a^22ab15b^2 = (a  b)^2  16 b^2 = [a  b + 4 b]* [a  b  4b] = (a + 3b)*(a  5b)
asked by lelani on January 30, 2007 
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a^2  2ab  15b^2 This is what I got: (a5b)(a+3b) Correct! x^4+2x^34x^25x6 DIVIDED BY x^2+x2 My answer: x^2+x3 remainder of 12\x^2+x2
asked by Margie on February 7, 2007 
Math Please Help me!!!
3x^2+17x+10 *You have to factor completley but I don't know how too.Please help.! (3x+2 )(x + 5) Factoring asks this question: what two factors of 10 add to 17 when one is multiplied by three? Here is how you factor. Place two
asked by margie on January 24, 2007 
Polynomials
State whether the following equations are sometimes, always or never true. a) a^22abb^2= (ab)^2, bis not equal to 0 b) a^2+ b^2= (a+b)(a+b) c) a^2b^2= a^22ab+b^2 d) (a=b)^2 = a^2+2ab+b^2 I don't understand what these
asked by Lucina on January 10, 2015 
Algebra
(x)/(x3)4(2x5)/(x+2) I posted something before this, so now this is how far I got. The answer I know is (5x^217x9)/(x3)(x+2) first I get (x)(x+2)/(x3)(x+2) (4)(x3)(x+2)/(x3)(x+2)(2x5)(x3)/(x3)(x+2) Then I get
asked by Sara on July 20, 2007 
Algebra
(x)/(x3)4(2x5)/(x+2) I posted something before this, so now this is how far I got. The answer I know is (5x^217x9)/(x3)(x+2) first I get (x)(x+2)/(x3)(x+2) (4)(x3)(x+2)/(x3)(x+2)(2x5)(x3)/(x3)(x+2) Then I get
asked by Sara on July 20, 2007 
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what is the additive inverse of 125,000 ?a) 125,000b) 125,000c) 1125,000d)1125,00016) emma is thinking of subscribing to an emagazine. the subscription price for one year is $5 per month, which will be withdrawn from emma's
asked by crossfire on December 2, 2015 
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combine like terms (simplify) 11/14a  1/15b + 1/14a  11/15b would the correct answer be 12/14a + 10/15b
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