# Algebra

FIND THE GCF OF THE PRODUCT (3B+6)(2B-10)

SOLVE...
X^2=-6X

x(x+6)= 0
x = -6 or 0

it would = 0

help me solve this problem..

solve for W: 2L+2W=38

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