Geometry
Hi I was having some problem with this question, its been a while since I had been in geometry. I think you foil, but Im not sure.
Solve for X.
2(x+4)(x+3)= 3(x+2)(x1)
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George

you are correct:
2(x+4)(x+3)= 3(x+2)(x1)
2(x^2+7x+12) = 3(x^2+x2)
2x^2+14x+24 = 3x^2+3x6
x^211x30 = 0
Now use the quadratic formula.posted by Steve
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