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@Luigi0210 Why in the last senetence is the 5 a negative instead of a positive?

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Well you have to factor out a -5 from the second part to get the equations to match

Oh! It's because I did it like this: 5(-7v+1) and I still got the same answer

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@mathstudent55 Yeah

Unless you factored out a -2v^2..

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@mathstudent55 AHHH!!!! I SEE NOW!! There's always going to be a way for it to equal right?

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@mathstudent55 @Luigi0210 Yeah, this makes alot of sence now thank you so much:D