Solve: 10n – n2 = 0
a) n = 0, n = -10
b) n = -10
c) n = 10
d) n = 0
e) n = 0, n = 10
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what is the GCF of 10n and n^2 ?
i dont know thats all it was
let me put it another way:
is there anything you can factor out in the expression\[10n-n^2=0\]?
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yes there is, the greatest common factor (GCF) of the two terms \(10n\) and \(n^2\) is \(n\)
you can always factor the GCF out of any expression
so try to factor out the GCF, \(n\) from the expression\[10n-n^2=0\]
thanks but i really struggle in math meaning im not understanding any of this an yes i want the answer
I'm afraid that's not what this site is for.
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