- anonymous

What did I do wrong? View attached File. :)

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- anonymous

your paper doesnt show
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- anonymous

you cant view my paper?

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- amistre64

\[x \ne -3,10\]
\[x=3,-10\]

- anonymous

nope

- mathteacher1729

1/2 of 360 is not 360. You didn't distribute. Also, props for very neat handwriting and nice layout of your work! :D

- amistre64

you factored it fine; but (x-3) = 0 when x=3 ; (x+10) = 0 when x=-10

- amistre64

he multed by 2 to clear the fraction; thats fine

- amistre64

the only faux paux was in using his numbers from the factorind as tho they were actually the values for 'x'

- mathteacher1729

Indeed. Well it's too late. Nighty night all.

- anonymous

Have a good night Math Teacher Thank You for all of your help.

- anonymous

math teacher can u help me with something

- amistre64

bonez; you understand the error now?

- anonymous

I think so. But how do I not use the factored numbers as my x value?

- amistre64

(x-3)(x+10) = 0 is good; but you say x=-3, x=10 which is not correct

- amistre64

(x-3) = 0; when x=-3 ??? no

- amistre64

(x+10) = 0; when x=10???? no

- anonymous

But then how would I find x? Sorry I know i'm hopeless.

- amistre64

x-3 = 0 when x = ?

- anonymous

x = 10?

- anonymous

No

- anonymous

It would be when x =3

- anonymous

3 - 3 = 0

- amistre64

correct; do you see the difference between that answer and the one you wrote in your paper?

- anonymous

Yes I do. Thank You so much!

- anonymous

can one of u guys help me

- anonymous

I'll try.

- anonymous

okay i need help with this question a new house costs 300,000.00. leanor wants to buy the house and needs $16,200.00 for a down payment.leanor currently has $12,000.00 in a savings account in order to have enough for the down payment on the house?

- amistre64

youre welcome :)

- anonymous

so can u help

- anonymous

I tried earlier, but i couldn't get a definitive response.

- anonymous

k can u ask people for mew please

- anonymous

sorry but I need to finish my homework. When I finish and if your problem isnt answered then i will :)

- anonymous

okay thank you any ways

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