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Tinascott
 2 years ago
Suppose 3s represents an even integer. What polynomial represents the product of 3s, the even integer that comes just before 3s, and the even integer that comes just after 3s?
Tinascott
 2 years ago
Suppose 3s represents an even integer. What polynomial represents the product of 3s, the even integer that comes just before 3s, and the even integer that comes just after 3s?

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electrokid
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.13s is even even before = 3s2 even after = 3s+2 prod: (3s2)(3s)(3s+2)=(3s)(9s^24)
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