I really need help.
How do you do this problem?
Factor 4g from: 8g^2j - 12g^3hj
Last edited by Hayabusa; July 7th 2005 at 12:11 PM.
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Factor 4g from: 8g^2j - 12g^2hj
Do you mean?:
I wrote it the way the book shows the problem.
Factor 4g from: 8g^2 j - 12g^3 hj
I'm really confused I've looked in the book and I can not find an example of this problem anywhere.
i think what you mean is:
If that is the case then it is pretty easy to factor out a 4g.
You would get:
You simply divide by 4g.
Thanks for the help.
Just to be more precise: to factor out 4g you would write the following:
Thank you all once again for the help.