How do you figure out this for factor by grouping 6x^3-6x^2-x+1

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How do you figure out this for factor by grouping 6x^3-6x^2-x+1

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(x-1) (6x^2 -1)

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then I have another one to see if it is correct I have 6^6-64

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- anonymous

my answer (b+2)(b^2-2b+4)(b-2)(b^2-2b+4)

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Small ever in that factorisation: one of the (-2b) should be +2b

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i m waiting for the question

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error* eugh

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b^6-64

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oh ok

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- anonymous

its (b-8)(b+8)

- anonymous

because of (a^2 - b^2) =( a-b) (a+b)

- anonymous

it should (b+2)(b^2-2b+4)(b-2)(b^2+2b+4)

- anonymous

hey !!! was that squared or raised to power of 6 ? 6???

- anonymous

Yes, that is right.

- anonymous

ok i misread it

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sry

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u will be fine macy....its not really hard...

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didnt work for me.....:((

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- anonymous

hmmmmm im thinken and thinken and drawing a blank

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go 2 the next question thts posted ok?

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u there?

- anonymous

I have a question polynomial 0.041h-0.018a-2.69 can be used to estimate the lung capacity, in liters of a female with height h, in centimeters, and age a, in years. Find the lung capacity of a 30 year old woman who is 170 centimeters tall. Her lung capacity is approximately_____ liters?

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I am confused on how you go about figuring out this problem

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Lung Capacity (h, a) = 0.041h-0.018a-2.69
Let h = 170 , a = 30
=> Lung Capacity (170, 30) = 0.041 x 170 - 0.018 x 30 - 2.69

- anonymous

the answer would be 206 liters

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0.041 x 170 - 0.018 x 30 - 2.69 = 3.74...

- anonymous

ok i see what i did wrong

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Was your mistake considering the possibility that my advice was incorrect?

- anonymous

what i did was took 0.041* 170=6.97-.018=6.952*30=208.56-2.69=205.87

- anonymous

Ah, I see; glad you sorted it.

- anonymous

but if you do the mutliplication first 0.041*170=6.97 & .018*30=.54 then you subtract 6.97-.54-2.69=3.74

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