y^2+13y+30
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y^2+13y+30
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Are you just taking answers or do you want to learn the process?

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need to know the process somewhat but whatever i can get ill take

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Find two numbers that multiply to 30 and add to 13

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6 and 5
23

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24

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6+5=11. We need it to add to 13

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and when you do that you get 24

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Try 10 and 3.

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10 and 3 add to 13 and multiply to 30

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ohhh ok

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Gettin the hang of it?

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how are you coming up with the stuff in parenthese though

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That's how it is factored. The "FOIL" form.
(x+3)(x+13) if you FOIL that, you get x^2+13+30

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sorry

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I meant to put (x+10)(x+3)

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but how does that equal to the original equation or whatever

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X*X=X^2
X*3=3x
X*10=10x
3*10=30
Combine like terms.

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but x and 3 arent alike and neither is x and 10??

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3x and 10x are.

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yeah but how can you combine 3 and x if they arent alike terms

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You're not combining. You're multiplying. After you multiply, you combine.

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so if i have d^2-7d+10 the final answer woud be (d+2)(d-5)?

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Almost! (d-2)(d-5)

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ohhh

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Do you see why?

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cause its minus 7 and 7 is the middle term in the equation thing

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Yes. And you need a negative * negative to equal a positive.

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ohh can you help me with some more?

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Sure

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g^2-19g+60

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only thing i can think of for 60 is 20*3 and 10*6 and 60*1

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How about -15 and -4?

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but i didnt think you coud use negatives when factoring equations

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Yup you can. You'll need to for equations like this.

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oh so it would be (g+15)(g+4)?

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That's the only way to get your -19g

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Nope. Use -15 and -4

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15+4=19 not -19

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(g-15)(g-4)

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Perfect!

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b^2+b-20
how would you do this cause theres only a variable for the middle term and not a number or whatever

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Same exact way. What 2 numbers add up to 1 and multiply to -20?

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-1 and 1

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-1 and 20

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-1 and 20 don't add to 1.

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Think of another combination

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i don know cause thats all i can thing of that would multiply to 20 other than 10*2 4*5

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-4 and 5

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Lets use 4 and 5. How do we get 1 by adding 4 and 5? Which one has to be negative?

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Good!

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so then its (b-4)(b+5)

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Awesome job. You got it.

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ok and i need help with solving equations like
b^2+20b+36=0

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Okay. We can use either 36*1, 18*2, 12*3, 9*4, or 6*6. Which one looks best?

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6*6

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it needs to add up to 20

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18*2

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Good

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so then what??

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sorry my internet crashed

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Consider what you've been doing. Take 18 and 2 and plug them in. (X*18)(X*2)

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so its (x*18)(x*2)?

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lol sorry. (x+18)(X+2)

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Good catch on my mistake!

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d^2+2d-8=0

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-2*4

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Yup that's it.

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(d-2)(d+4)

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Very nice. Do you think you got it now?

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yeah i think possibly for now

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Keep working at it. I think you're picking it up well.

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well i have one here to factor that has 2 different variables
x^2-13xy+36y^2

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Ok. Lets start simple and think of 2 numbers that add to -13 and multiply to 36.

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-5*8

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Doesn't multiply to 36

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Or add to -13

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36*1 12*3 6*6 is all i can think of

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This one is tricky. I'll give you the answer and you can try the next on your own.
(x-9y)(x-4y)

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I have to run. Good luck shania. I hope I was helpful.

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ok thanks

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