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solve: x^3 + 9x^2 + 16x - 6 = 0

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can you tell more about the problem and what it is asking for??
try factoring
no factoring won't work here

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quardtraic formula
because the problem equals zero
lol yes it will. but ok. uhm.... so quadratic formula .......... is for quadratics
well you in order to be able to factor you must be able to pull from all vairables and with this problem you can't take an x from -16. Although if you did factor it would be a little to hard to do. But if factoring works so be it.
thanks guys
one question are we to slove for x?
I suppose so, all it asks me to do is solve
when looking at a problem like this one x^3 + 9x^2 + 16x - 6 = 0 you could try something like this, I would say factor out an X only problem is the 6x doesn't have an X so that won't work either..

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