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  • one year ago

Factoring By Grouping 4w+12-zw-3z

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    give it a try

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    same question like last one

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    ok it is fine she liked the video

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    I did

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    ok

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    plz help me

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    okay so this one you would do the same way. Try to Foil and i'll guide you

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    fan me @jcoury

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    ok

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    Everyone best response each other

  13. Nnesha
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    make a group of two terms |dw:1438024724786:dw| find common factor of first two terms and common factor of 2nd terms

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    this is oregonduck's second account someone reported me and banned me for an hour

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    ok

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    Oregon Duck are you there?

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    no this is oregonduck

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    someone reported me and banned me for 1 hour

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    dude we get it

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    OregonDuck I need to tell you something it will make your life alot easier

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    ok what is it

  22. anonymous
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    Its exactly how to do it

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    ok one sec

  24. anonymous
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    the answer is (4-z)(w+3)

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    how ?

  26. anonymous
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    Split this 4 term polynomial into two binomials 4w + 12 and - wz - 3z 1.2 Pull out from each binomial separately 4w + 12 = 4 • (w + 3) - wz - 3z = - z • (w + 3) 1.3 Add up to arrive at the desired factorization (4 - z) • (w + 3)

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    nice calc..

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    thxs

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