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Factor completely: 3x(x + 2) + 4(x + 2) A. (x + 2)(3x + 4) B. (x + 2)(12x) C. (x + 2)(7x) D. Prime I believe the answer is A? Is that right?

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  1. Sarkar
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    A

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  2. atjari
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    ya it's A

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  3. Renee99
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    Okay, thanks :)

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    What about this one? I think its A as well? Is that correct? Factor completely: 4ab – 7ax + 8b − 14x A. (4b – 7x)(a + 2) B. (4b + 7x)(a + 2) C. (4b – 7x)(a − 2) D. Prime

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    ya

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  6. Renee99
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    Awesome! I actually have 5 more that I want to get checked. If I post them all here, would you be willing to check them all for me?

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    Ha k.Post them

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    3. Factor completely: 9ab + 12ax – 6b − 8x A. Prime B. (3b – 4x)(3a − 2) C. (3b + 4x)(3a – 2) D. (3b + 4x)(3a + 2) 4. Factor completely: 5ab + 3ay + 5b + 3y A. (5b + 3y)(a + 1) B. (5b – 3y)(a + 1) C. (5b + 3y)(a – 1) D. Prime 5. Factor completely: 4x3 + 28x2 + 7x + 49 A. (x − 7)(4x2 + 7) B. (x − 7)(4x2 − 7) C. (x + 7)(4x2 + 7) D. (x + 7)(4x2 − 7) 6. Factor completely: 3bx2 − 9x3 − b + 3x A. (b − 3x)(3x2 − 1) B. (b + 3x)(3x2 + 1) C. (b + 3x)(3x2 − 1) D. Prime 7. Factor completely: 10xy + 3y + 20ax + 6a A. (10x – 3)(y − 2a) B. (10x – 3)(y + 2a) C. (10x + 3)(y + 2a) D. (10x + 3)(y – 2a) My Answers: C A C A C

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    All of ur answers r correct. very gud.

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  10. Renee99
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    yay!! :) Thanks for checking them for me! :)

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    yw

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  12. Renee99
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    :D

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