The problem is: 10x^5(-x^2+2x-3) = -10x^7+20x^6-30x^5 Then factor it again: 10x^5(-x^2+2x-3)
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Originally Posted by nfgcharlottegrl08 The problem is: 10x^5(-x^2+2x-3) = -10x^7+20x^6-30x^5 Then factor it again: 10x^5(-x^2+2x-3) Hi nfgcharlottegr108, Is this what you have? $\displaystyle 10x^5(-x^2+2x-3)$ If it is, then $\displaystyle -10x^7+20x^6-30x^5$ ....and you are correct!!
Originally Posted by nfgcharlottegrl08 The problem is: 10x^5(-x^2+2x-3) = -10x^7+20x^6-30x^5 Then factor it again: 10x^5(-x^2+2x-3) It's OK CB
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