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 one year ago
How can the polynomial 6d^4 + 9d^3 – 12d^2 be factored?
a.) 3d^2(2d^2 + 3d – 4)
b.) 3d^2(3d^2 + 6d – 9)
c.) 3d(d3 + 3d^2 – 4)
d.) 6d^2(d^2 + 3d^3 – 6)
 one year ago
How can the polynomial 6d^4 + 9d^3 – 12d^2 be factored? a.) 3d^2(2d^2 + 3d – 4) b.) 3d^2(3d^2 + 6d – 9) c.) 3d(d3 + 3d^2 – 4) d.) 6d^2(d^2 + 3d^3 – 6)

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mramirez686
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Well, you want the common factor outside of the parenthesis which is 3d

jamesHayek
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Think of what you can pull out, all terms have a d^(2) and a 3 in common right?

mramirez686
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0When you multiply polynomials, you add them together. So... 3d^2(2d^2) becomes 6d^2+2, which is 6d^4
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