## saifoo.khan 2 years ago @vortish

1. saifoo.khan

4x^3 -2x^2 -12x 4x^3 -2x^2 -12x x is common in all. Factor it out first. x(4x^2 -2x - 12) Next to simplify you can factor out 2 as well. 2x(2x^2 -x - 6) now factor the thing inseide the brackers. Find 2 terms to whom when we multiply we get -12 and when we add we get -1.

2. saifoo.khan

-4 and +3.

3. saifoo.khan

2x(2x^2 -x - 6) 2x(2x^2 -4x + 3x - 6) Now make pairs. 2x[2x(x-2) +3(x-2)] Finally: 2x[(2x+3)(x-2)] Rewrite them as: 2x(2x+3)(x-2) Completely factored^

4. saifoo.khan

So what do you think? @vortish

5. vortish

Saif you are a great teacher im am starting to understand this better am I at the level. i need to be not yet but close ty sensi

6. saifoo.khan

Thank you! I'm glad that you are understanding things better. =D

7. vortish

the last question saif is just a factoring question and i know you are pressed for time you should go and i will work on this one my self

8. saifoo.khan

Yes, i have to leave. Sorry. Once you solve it, you may post it on left so someone will check it.

9. saifoo.khan

Have a good night.

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11. saifoo.khan

looooooooool^

12. vortish

ty saif for your help salam and may allah watch you and yours

13. saifoo.khan

Same to you! :)

14. vortish

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