anonymous
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Factor p2 – 24p + 144. (1 point) (p + 12)2 (p – 2)(p + 72) (p – 12)2 (p – 3)(p + 48)
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anonymous
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which do you think it is
anonymous
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I have been trying to work it out, and the answer I got was....(p-2)(p+72). Is that correct?
anonymous
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no its not

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Could you help me with it, and work through it and help me to get the answer please?
anonymous
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sure
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anonymous
  • anonymous
work it out with (p-12)^2 and tell me what you get
anonymous
  • anonymous
I just gave you the answer
anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay, just a sec.
anonymous
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That helped so much more. I just couldn't figure out the 144 part. I also have 2 more questions I need help with, that I have been trying to work out...
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8. Factor 3n3 – 6n2 + 4n – 8. (1 point) (3n2 + 4)(n – 2) (n2 + 4)(3n – 2) (3n2 – 2)(n + 4) (n2 – 2)(3n + 4) 9. Factor 2g3 – g2 – 8g + 4. (1 point) (g – 1)(2g2 – 4) (2g – 1)(g2 – 4) (2g2 – 1)(g – 4) (2g + 1)(g2 – 4)
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just ask them on the main forum of openstudy im going to sleep
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I don't know how to medal you, tell me how and I will.
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press best response
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Can you help me with the next 2 questions, then I will let you go. Please?

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