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factor a^2 +16a+28 into binomials. (a-2)(a+14)......(a+2)(a+14)......(a-4)(a-7).....(a+4)(a+7)

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  1. anonymous
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    Try yo find two numbers, that sum up to 16 and the result of their product is 28.

  2. anonymous
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    Well, you know that the middle term in the quadratic comes from the sum of the inner and outer terms so if you have (a + k) (a + m) then.. 16 = k + m 28 = k * m

  3. anonymous
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    Solve for k and m.

  4. anonymous
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    ok

  5. anonymous
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    What did you end up with?

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