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  • 5 years ago

how do you factor the polynomial n squared-11n+18

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  1. anonymous
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    \[n ^{2}-11+18\]

  2. anonymous
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    For a second degree polynomial when factored the form looks like (x+a)(x+b) where a and b can be either positive or negative. A times b should give you 18 and a+b should give you -11.

  3. anonymous
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    (n-9)(n-2)

  4. anonymous
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    easy cake ;-D

  5. anonymous
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    thnks

  6. anonymous
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    okay how about this..\[^{} n ^{2}+11n+24\]

  7. anonymous
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    Look at my post above. It pretty much tells you how to do it. Kind of pointless if we just give you the answer...:)

  8. anonymous
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    yea..ur just too logical for me. im here for answers nt directions..i g enough of tht in 3rd period

  9. anonymous
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    I'll give you the answer, but good luck on your test.

  10. anonymous
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    trust,between the time now and when it gets around to taking a test ill have it down pack. im in honors so i cath on pretty fast.

  11. anonymous
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    Ok, you say so....(n+3)(n+8)

  12. anonymous
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    thnks pj

  13. anonymous
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    No problem.

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