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anonymous
  • anonymous
What do you get when you multiply the 3 at the front and the 12 at the back?
kearsten
  • kearsten
36
anonymous
  • anonymous
now what two numbers multiply to 36 and add to -13?

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kearsten
  • kearsten
thats where im stuck there are no negative factors for positive 36
anonymous
  • anonymous
there are if you use two negative numbers
anonymous
  • anonymous
(-4) + (-9) = -13 (-4)(-9) = 36
jdoe0001
  • jdoe0001
|dw:1438905713931:dw|
kearsten
  • kearsten
so (3d-4)(3d-9)?
anonymous
  • anonymous
so -4 and -9 are the numbers and you can divide them both by 3 |dw:1438905176836:dw|
kearsten
  • kearsten
ok thnx
jim_thompson5910
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You can also use factor by grouping 3d^2–13d +12 3d^2-9d-4d +12 ... break up the -13d into -9d-4d (3d^2-9d) + (-4d +12) 3d(d - 3) - 4(d - 3) (3d - 4)(d - 3) and you get the same answer

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