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im waiting :P

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\[5yz ^{2}-35yz+10y ^{2}z\]

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5 yz ( 5z - 7 + 2y)

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- anonymous

WOoOOOooooOooooOooooo :P

- anonymous

5yz(z - 7 + 2y)

- anonymous

wait...-.- its z not 5z inside the bracket

- anonymous

5 yz ( z - 7 + 2y) soorry

- anonymous

x(y-3) -4(y-3)

- anonymous

you want us to factor that?

- anonymous

do yu simplify it first

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and ya factor it

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its already factored tho: i guess you can use distributive property and then factor it as a whole

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(y-3) (x-4)?

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is tht the ans

- anonymous

my bad :P
yes it is

- anonymous

Go Charmi :D

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^__^

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lol any other ones :P

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2mn+3mp-4n-6p

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2n(m-2) + 3p (m-2)

- anonymous

well for this one you have to find a variable thats common to all the coefficients
but i dont think its possible to factor this

- anonymous

(m-2) (2n+3p)

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wait

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yeah use grouping :O

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im losing myself

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so is it right?

- anonymous

aha

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\[x^{2}-12x+20\]

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= 2mn+3mp-4n-6p
= (2mn - 4n) + ( 3mp - 6p)
= 2n( m - 2) + 3p (m - 2)
= (2n + 3p) (m-2)

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\[x ^{2} - 12x + 20 \]

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yup

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\[x ^{2} - 10x - 2x + 20 \]\[(x ^{2} - 2x) + (-10x +20)\] \[x(x-2) -10 (x - 2)\] \[(x - 10) (x - 2)\]

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i didnt lose myself :P

- anonymous

yu need 2 numbers tht multiply to 20 and add to 6 right

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two numbers that add to 12 and multiply to 20 *

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not 6

- anonymous

oh my bad :P

- anonymous

lol dw we all make mistakes P:

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im lost :/

- anonymous

on what yu did

- anonymous

umm so basically what i did is that i found that -2 x -10 is equal to positive 20 and add to -12
(negative)x(negative) = positive

- anonymous

oh ok :P

- anonymous

thanks :D

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and r yu sure its not (x-2) (x-10)

- anonymous

or it doesnt matter wht way yu put it as

- anonymous

it doesnt really matter as long as you can get the equation you started with
i believe it looks better for communication the way you put it

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\[y^{2}+3y-18\]

- anonymous

ok for this one you want a number that adds up to 3 and multiplies to get -18
so you're gonna need a negative and a positive number

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any ideas of multiples

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i was stuck
here:
y(y+6) -3 (y+6)

- anonymous

wud it be
(y+6) (y-3)

- anonymous

someone cheer for her
that's right
you had the answer the whole time <3

- anonymous

WOOOOO:P

- anonymous

buhh cant yu still divide it
cause theres a 3 and a 6?

- anonymous

or jus leave it like tht :P

- anonymous

lol i believe you can leave it like that :D

- anonymous

aha ok :P

- anonymous

\[x^{2}-18\]

- anonymous

shud i leave the middle number as 0

- anonymous

what do you think this one is

- anonymous

how wud yu do this
i forgot :$

- anonymous

(a - b) (a+ b)
the middle number is eliminated :)

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(x-6) (x+6)?

- anonymous

no wait (x-6) (x+3)

- anonymous

i believe the middle number is missing
cuz you cant factor that

- anonymous

yu cant?

- anonymous

so yu dun do nytiin to it?

- anonymous

well no matter how much we factor it
it wont match the question after factoring

- anonymous

good job dada

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