anonymous
  • anonymous
Write an equavilant expression that will enable you to indentify the zeros from the equation: 1. 8(x-3) + 5(x-3)=0 2. 4(x-2)^3(2x-4)+2(x-2)^4=0
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Write an equavilant expression that will enable you to indentify the zeros from the equation: 1. 8(x-3) + 5(x-3)=0 2. 4(x-2)^3(2x-4)+2(x-2)^4=0
Mathematics
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Sepeario
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Let me try to explain this as nicely as I can. In the quadratic \[8(x-3)+5(x-3)=0\] you can factorise it to become \[(8+5)(x-3)=0\] when the terms in the brackets (x-3) in this case are the same.
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Then you can use null factor law to solve from there.
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