How do I factor an equation like this: 7(x-3)^3 -2(x-3)^2 -5(x-3) ?
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Originally Posted by tmac20 How do I factor an equation like this: 7(x-3)^3 -2(x-3)^2 -5(x-3) Can you factor If so, let
Originally Posted by Plato Can you factor If so, let Thanks, does this sound right: (x-3)[7(x-3)+5][(x-3)-1]
Originally Posted by tmac20 Thanks, does this sound right:
Originally Posted by Plato Thanks, can you help with with one more problem: Factor: x^2 -8x-4y^2 +12-8y I've gotten this far: (x-6)(x-2) -4y(y+2) Can I factor even more from there?
Consider as a quadratic expression in , so use the quadratic formula to factore the expression.
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