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anonymous

  • 4 years ago

how would i factor this expression? 90+45n thanxs 4 ur help

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    45 ( 2+n)

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    how would i get to that i am only in 7th grade so im confused

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    You would divide each term by 45, so 90 divided by 45 equals 2, and 45n divided by 45 would be just N so you pull out the 45 and get 45(2+N) (2+N) is what's left after dividing each term by 45

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    thanks soooooooo much!!

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