I have had a bit of brain freeze when it comes to factorizing 6(-x^2-3x+4) might be i`ve been working 8 days striaght but have drawn a blank any help would be most welcome
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Factor out the minus sign first and then simply factor $\displaystyle -6(x^2+3x-4)=-6(x-1)(x+4)=6(1-x)(x+4)$
Originally Posted by Orlando ....i`ve been working 8 days striaght..... We perhaps would believe 8 hours straight....but ......
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