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How would i factor 10x^2+89x-9

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10x^2 + 89x - 90 10x^2 + 90x - x -9 10x (x + 9) -1 ( x +9) (10x - 1) ( x+9)
the first line is supposed to be the original equation i put 90 instead of 9 by accident sorry
thank you this helped :D

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May i refer to you if i have more questions please?
sure i'll answer them if i can :)
okey dokey thanks
this was factored wrong i found this question on a worksheet from a college website and the real answer is ((x+9) (10x-1)
that is the same thing
the same exact thing only difference is x + 9 is in front which really does not make a difference if you expand both you get the same answer
wow, i really wasn't being observant, sorry for the trouble. Thank you once again :)
yea no problem it happens

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