anonymous
  • anonymous
Factor. Check by multiplying: 3x^9-6x^7
Pre-Algebra
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anonymous
  • anonymous
=3x^7(x^2-2) when then equals 3x^9-6x^7
anonymous
  • anonymous
1st you have to take out the GCF (greatest common factor) which would be: \[3x ^{7}\] after you take out the GCF you are left with: \[(x ^{2} - 2)\] So now it looks like this: \[3x ^{7} (x ^{2} - 2 )\] And when you multiply it back out you get : \[3x ^{9} - 6x ^{7}\]

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