Wesley
  • Wesley
I am working on learning how to factor trinominals. Can you teach me how to work x2+9x+14
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anonymous
  • anonymous
we find two factors that multiply to make the last number, and add up to make the middle number. So here we have factors of 14 such as 2,7. and 2+7 = 9, so 2 and 7 work, and (x+2)(x+7) is your solution
anonymous
  • anonymous
it takes a little more work when you have something in front of the x^2 , other than 1. Let me know if you want to do a problem like that
Wesley
  • Wesley
Yes I did not put my ^. Can you work it like that.

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anonymous
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whats that?

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