12X3+30X2=0 the small nubers 3, and 2 are to the third power and second power. i just dont know how to make the numbers go higher
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The equation is: $\displaystyle 12x^3+30x^2=0$ You can put a factor $\displaystyle x^2$ outside therefore you get: $\displaystyle x^2(12x+30)=0$ So now, what are the solutions?
Originally Posted by usmcadam 12X3+30X2=0 the small nubers 3, and 2 are to the third power and second power. i just dont know how to make the numbers go higher Start with dividing both sides by 6: $\displaystyle 2x^3 + 5x^2 =0 $ You can then factor out x^2 (as the highest common factor) like Siron did: $\displaystyle x^2(2x+5) = 0$
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