Factor the polynomial . Your answer can be written as with integers , , and
I first started out expanding the first half is this correct?
so far i got x^3-11x^2-24x-32
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Originally Posted by habibixox Factor the polynomial . = (x-3)(x+4)[(x+4) - (x-3)]
Follow that? Finish it.
Wait sorry, I don't understand what you did....
Now I just have to multiply everything together?
how did you only get 7?
Originally Posted by habibixox how did you only get 7? (x+4) - (x-3)
= x + 4 - x + 3
You seem to be having problems with basic stuff; teacher not teaching properly?!
oh wow... no i'm actually in calculus... but my teacher is deciding to review algebra before we get into it... i took algebra in 8th grade :S
my algebra just happens to suck really badly :O but i see what you did...