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me too help me can someone that knows algebra

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  1. anonymous
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    i know a little

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    im in college algebra and have a test tomorrow on factoring trinomials, what you know about that?

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    i knw algebra can you post a example

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    \[8p ^{4}+37p ^{2}-15\]

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    binomal factors of trimonials?

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    yes, with grouping,

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    sorry i dont know how to do that with grouping. sorry

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    thanks

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    is this equation set to 0, solve for p?

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    what? speak slow please

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    (8p^2-3)(p^2+5)

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    how did you get that

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    my question is factor the trinominal using the ac method.

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    if you substitue x = p^2 it becomes a simple quadratic factorization

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    i don't know what the ac method is

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    why do you say factor grouping, then you say factor ac method?

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    The question is are there two factors of 8x15=120 whose difference is 37: the answer is yes -- 3,40.

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