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mathslover
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Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Hello, I am posting the solution here as you are not online right now and I don't want that there should anyone be left without help. \[\large{x^2 + 29x  30}\] The method which I am going to use is "middle term splitting" method : I have to find the two numbers whose product is 30 and sum is 29 I think and think and I got : 30 and 1 \[\large{x^2 + 30x  x  30}\] \[\large{x(x+30)(x+30)}\] \[\large{(x1)(x+30)}\] So the factored form of \(x^2 + 29x  30\) is \((x1)(x+30)\) . I hope you got it .
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