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  • 5 years ago

what's the expanded form of x²+5x?

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  1. anonymous
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    you first take out what's common: x(x+5) = 0 ^_^

  2. anonymous
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    thank you!

  3. anonymous
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    np :)

  4. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    see i tried this on the graphing calculator thing and it doesn't show up with the graph i had for the original equation

  5. anonymous
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    how come?

  6. anonymous
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    Did you try and draw a graph x(x+5) = 0? Because that would only have lines at x = 0, -5. You'd need y or f(x) or whatever you use for that axis = x(x+5)

  7. anonymous
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    well like i am working on this problem- a square has side of lengths x centimeters. A new rectangle is created by increasing one dimension by 5cm. So the factored form is x^2+5x, but I need toe expanded to match it too

  8. anonymous
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    Actually, x(x+5) is the factored form, and x^2 + 5x is the expanded form.

  9. anonymous
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    oh okay thanks

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