JA1
Okay guys refresh my memory quick and easy how do you do something like this:
2m2 + 13m + 15



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\[2m² + 13m + 15\]

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Come on guys this is an easy medal but I only want answers that come from you, no internet searching and I want the method not the answer.

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I am not sure,JA,sorry.

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aw' rats :)

help123please.
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LOL. I am not really sure what you're asking,either.

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xD i just need to know how to factor trinomials, i learned it but it was a while back.

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@abb0t

help123please.
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Oh,trinomials. They haven't taught me those yet.

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good thing is these questions are boosting my engagement score :D im hoping abb0t gets here, he's like a genius xD

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ooh i know, @Ashleyisakitty

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Simplifying
2m2 + 13m + 15
Reorder the terms:
15 + 13m + 2m2
Factor a trinomial.
(5 + m)(3 + 2m)
Final result:
(5 + m)(3 + 2m)

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ah ok i see, thats actualy a much faster way to do tings, btw this is not prime right?

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i dont think so... perhaps if it was (6+m)(3+2m) it would have been but i dont think its a prime

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ah ok thank you :)