x(2x+5)=0 .. Zero property plllsz.

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x(2x+5)=0 .. Zero property plllsz.

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jjkm18 have done a few of these already... what is your first step?
huh?
If two numbers multiply together to get 0, then one of them is 0.. Do you understand that?

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No..
Tell me two numbers that multiply together to get 0
2x0 & 3x0.
OK, do you agree that one of them had to be 0
OH, Now I get it ..
So it's zero?
OK, so you have two numbers that are multiplied together to get 0 x and 2x + 5 so either x = 0 or the 2x + 5 = 0 x = 0 is already solved 2x + 5 = 0 (you must solve this for x) 2x = -5 x = -5/2 SO x = 0 or x = -5/2
Dude, how do yu even understand math that much.. It's sooo confusinq.
I'm a teacher LOL that's my job.
Ohhhh, Hahaha. Math is sooo hard.
Once you get it, it isn't... It can be very frustrating each time you learn a new topic.
Hahaha. I have to get taught like 20 times to get it, Lol.

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