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  • 5 years ago

how to factorize y^4-3y^2-2y^3+4y+4

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  1. anonymous
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    is this a serious question? , you have y - 1 as a factor then use synthetic division

  2. anonymous
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    hey im cantor set :)

  3. anonymous
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    whoops..u r sam?

  4. anonymous
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    yeah

  5. anonymous
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    my account has been suspended

  6. anonymous
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    i thot tat is dere any method to tell its a perfect square or not..without factorizing...

  7. anonymous
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    u r account suspended? why? (the given is perfect square..but division is too much hard work to tell tat...)

  8. anonymous
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    synthetic division is pretty fast

  9. anonymous
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    get a pic..

  10. anonymous
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    i stepped on a few toes ?

  11. anonymous
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    i need one yes

  12. anonymous
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    how do you upload pic

  13. anonymous
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    u did tat :P

  14. anonymous
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    from cantor to laplace..u dont leave any lol :D

  15. anonymous
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    :)

  16. anonymous
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    look at my picture on the left

  17. anonymous
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    ya got

  18. anonymous
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    here http://www.kval.com/news/12648491.html

  19. anonymous
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    blue man !!!!

  20. anonymous
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    ya..kind of ghost...

  21. anonymous
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    no a real person

  22. anonymous
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    yups..ik

  23. anonymous
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    silver poisoning

  24. anonymous
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    yah: "Whatever the cause, Karason said it is not easy living life as a blue man." poor soul..:(

  25. anonymous
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    yeah

  26. L
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    y4-2y3-3y2+4y+4 y2 (y2-2y-3) + 4 (y+1) y2 (y-3) (y+1) + 4 (y+1) (y+1) [y2(y-3) + 4] (y+1) (y3-3y2+4) *

  27. anonymous
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    i would just use synthetic division

  28. anonymous
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    hav a look here: http://openstudy.com/groups/mathematics#/groups/mathematics/updates/4dde0c20ee2c8b0b2b1d43e8

  29. anonymous
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    i need to change my password but i cant remember my old password

  30. anonymous
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    i know yr old password probably: it might be : "gauss" or "newton" :D

  31. anonymous
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    haha, nope

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