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anonymous

  • 5 years ago

4a2+a-3, i need to simplify this

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  1. anonymous
    • 5 years ago
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    \[4a^{2}+a-3\] i need this to be simplified. or at least i think that's what its called. ex: \[15a^{2}b-10a b^{2}\] becomes 5ab(3a-2b)

  2. radar
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    This can be factored as (4a-3)(a+1)

  3. anonymous
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    how about 6n^2-11n-2?

  4. radar
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    (6n+1)(n-2)

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