Factor the expression. Express your answer so that only positive exponents occur. The answer: so far I've done: Is that right so far and if so, what do I do next? Thanks.
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Originally Posted by desiderius1 Factor the expression. Express your answer so that only positive exponents occur. The answer: so far I've done: these two factors are incorrect ... you cannot distribute the constants into factors w/ exponents not equal to 1. common factors are ... ...
Another factor question: Answer: Wouldn't ? I don't see how they got the on the bottom.. when the exponent isn't negative.
Originally Posted by desiderius1 Another factor question: Answer: Wouldn't ? I don't see how they got the on the bottom.. when the exponent isn't negative. common denominator is ...
How do you get 4(14 + x)?
oh I see, you multiply 8 and 7 to get 56. 56/14 = 4.
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