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anonymous
 one year ago
For the polynomial 6xy2 – 5x2y? + 9x2 to be a trinomial with a degree of 3 after it has been fully simplified, the missing exponent of the yterm must be ?
anonymous
 one year ago
For the polynomial 6xy2 – 5x2y? + 9x2 to be a trinomial with a degree of 3 after it has been fully simplified, the missing exponent of the yterm must be ?

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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Example 1. Factor 30. Solution. 30 = 2· 15 = 2· 3· 5 If we begin 30 = 5· 6, we still obtain  apart from the order  5· 2· 3. Problem 1. Factor 50. To see the answer, pass your mouse over the colored area. To cover the answer again, click "Refresh" ("Reload"). Do the problem yourself first! 50 = 2· 25 = 2· 5· 5 Factoring, then, is the reverse of multiplying. When we multiply, we write 2(a + b) = 2a + 2b. But if we switch sides and write 2a + 2b = 2(a + b), then we have factored 2a + 2b as the product 2(a + b). In this sum 2a + 2b, 2 is a common factor of each term. It is a factor of 2a, and it is a factor of 2b. This Lesson is concerned exclusively with recognizing common factors. Problem 2. Factor 3x − 3y. 3x − 3y = 3(x − y) Problem 3. Rewrite each of the following as the product of 2x and another factor. For example, 10x3 = 2x· 5x2. Rule 1 of exponents. a) 8x = 2x· 4 b) 6ax = 2x· 3a c) 2x2 = 2x· x d) 2x3 = 2x· x2 e) 4x10 = 2x· 2x9 f) 6x5 = 2x· 3x4 g) 2ax6 = 2x· ax5 h) 2x = 2x· 1
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