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Create your own factorable polynomial with a GCF. Rewrite that polynomial in two other equivalent forms. Explain how each form was created.

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??

- Nnesha

what is GCF?do you know ?

- anonymous

greatest common factor

- Nnesha

so do u have to write a quadratic equation ?

- anonymous

did u see the question

- Nnesha

yes

- anonymous

thats wat i have to do lol

- Nnesha

okay....
then create a polynomial
3terms with common factor

- anonymous

can u help with that

- anonymous

??

- Nnesha

x^2y + xy + 36
now write coefficients of those variables

- anonymous

idk

- Nnesha

why not ?
YOU have to CREATE the e equation so pick a number

- anonymous

ohh

- anonymous

ok

- Nnesha

pick any number from table of 6

- anonymous

2^23+22+36

- anonymous

any help @Mehek14

- Nnesha

that's not an equation without any variable ?

- Nnesha

what's quadratic equation ?

- anonymous

can u show me an example

- anonymous

i would understand

- Nnesha

okay so do you know the general form of quadratic equation ?

- anonymous

ax2 + bx + c = 0

- Nnesha

yes right so pick a number for a b and c

- Nnesha

s*

- anonymous

2x^2+6x+6

- Nnesha

perfect!

- Nnesha

that's a polynomial ( quadratic equation )

- anonymous

so will that work fir the first part of the question

- Nnesha

2x^2 +6x+6 what is common factor ?

- anonymous

2

- anonymous

- Nnesha

yes right 2(x^2+3x +3)
or you can rearranged the terms
2x^2 + 6x +6 is same as 6+2x^2 + 6x

- anonymous

ok

- Nnesha

and that's it

- anonymous

so whats the answer

- anonymous

ohh ok

- anonymous

so for the first part i put 2x^2+6x+6 right

- Nnesha

yep

- anonymous

and then i can rewrite them as 2x^2 + 6x +6 or 6+2x^2 + 6x

- anonymous

??

- Nnesha

yep

- Nnesha

*TWO equivalent form*

- anonymous

last part of the question

- anonymous

Explain how each form was created.

- Nnesha

what we did with the original equation ?

- Nnesha

what's the difference between 2x^2 +6x +6 and 6+2x^2 +6x ?

- anonymous

umm

- Nnesha

\(\color{blue}{\text{Originally Posted by}}\) @Nnesha
yes right 2(x^2+3x +3)
or you can rearranged the terms
2x^2 + 6x +6 is same as 6+2x^2 + 6x
\(\color{blue}{\text{End of Quote}}\)
read it

- anonymous

is that it

- Nnesha

yep *rearranged* that's it

- Nnesha

gO_Od luck!

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