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how do you factor completely..
18x^2+3x-3?

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  1. 3(6x^2-x-1)
    3(2x-1)(3x+1) check that.

  2. (2x+1)(9x-3)

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  3. (2x+1)(9x-3) one more step
    (2x+1)(3)(3x-1)

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