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  • 5 years ago

x squared+x-30 factor completely

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  1. anonymous
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    x^2 + x - 30? (x + 6) (x-5)

  2. anonymous
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    is this a prime?

  3. anonymous
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    6 is not a prime number, but 5 is bk :)

  4. anonymous
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    Oh god are you so ignorant.

  5. amistre64
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    a "prime" by definition cannot be factored. 7 is a "prime" number because the only factors are: (1)(7)

  6. anonymous
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    lol, something wrong? .-.

  7. anonymous
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    Just you. >.>

  8. anonymous
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    so I was right ^_^

  9. anonymous
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    take it easy supervisor

  10. anonymous
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    He asked, "is this right" Most likely implying the (x+6)(x-5) thing I put out.

  11. anonymous
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    he asked whether it's prime or not?

  12. anonymous
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    And I don't get what he meant by that, though.

  13. anonymous
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    maybe he meant the numbers? :) ^_^

  14. anonymous
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    (x+6)(x-5) being prime is not a question.

  15. anonymous
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    he prolly meant the numbers. so I said, 6 = not prime, 5 = prime ^_^

  16. anonymous
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    atleast he understood what a prime number is? :)

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