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how would you f.o.i.l (x)(x-6)(x-4)?

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    multiply the (x-6)(x-4)

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    the result is \[x^2 -10x +24\]

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    thank you

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    That would be for the (x-6)(x-4) but then remember that it was times x so multiply the resulting\[x^2 -10x +24\] by x and that gives you\[x^3 -10x^2 +24x\]

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    i gotta another question can you help?

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    @chrisplusian

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    shoot

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    what would be the rational root theorem for x^3-10x^2+24x+192?

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