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I guess the second degree polynomial has to be: , in that case your answer is correct.
Originally Posted by Siron I guess the second degree polynomial has to be: , in that case your answer is correct. Sorry for that You are right
No problem!
Originally Posted by Siron No problem! I'm sorry to bother you but I'm know on my second set , and the instructions are (Factor the trinomial. If the trinomial cannot be factored say so.). The Trinomial is I tried But obviously there wasn't even a point to try that.
You're not bothering me . And your answer is correct again. You can check it by yourself by expanding: which is the given polynomial.
Originally Posted by Siron You're not bothering me . And your answer is correct again. You can check it by yourself by expanding: which is the given polynomial. Sorry for my lack of understanding and communicating in english but therefore it cannot be factored since 3+1 is 4?
You don't have to excuse and 3+1 is indeed 4 but in this case it's 3x1 which is 3.
Originally Posted by Siron You don't have to excuse and 3+1 is indeed 4 but in this case it's 3x1 which is 3. But doesn't it also have to be equal to 7 when you add it? or since there is a coefficient on the the rules change?
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