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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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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Try yo find two numbers, that sum up to 16 and the result of their product is 28.
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
Solve for k and m.

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