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ALGEBRA 2 HELP PLEASE?!?
Part 1: Create your own factorable trinomial.
Part 2: Explain, in complete sentences, how the trinomial is factored.
Part 3: Explain, in complete sentences, the process used to check the factors for accuracy.
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Hint to Part 1: Multiply one-degree polynomials like (x-1)(x-2)(x+3).
I don't need hints, i need help. I don't know how to do this, Lol.
i think what you mean...is that you need *answers*..not help
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can that be broken into two binomials?
2 years ago
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Yes it is. Because the leading coefficient is 1 (coefficient of x^2), you can simply factor this by finding two numbers that add up to 2 (the coefficient of x) and multiply to 1 (the constant). These two numbers are one (1+1=2 and 1X1=1). So if you were to factor this trinomial, you would get (x+1)(x+1) OR (x+1)^2.
To check your answers, you would just multiple the two binomials and see if you end up with your original equation. If you do, then your answer is right. So to check:
=x^2 + x + x + 1
=x^2 + 2x + 1
So yes, x^2+2x+1 is factorable and the two binomials are (x+1) and (x+1). Another way of writing this would be (x+1)^2
2 years ago
Ok this is a factorable trinomial
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