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@vortish
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.
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^
So what do you think? @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
Thank you! I'm glad that you are understanding things better. =D
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
Yes, i have to leave. Sorry. Once you solve it, you may post it on left so someone will check it.
ty saif for your help salam and may allah watch you and yours