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    How can I solve this using factoring?

    The book says solve using factoring.

    y^2=3y
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    Re: How can I solve this using factoring?

    Quote Originally Posted by joshaflek97 View Post
    The book says solve using factoring.

    y^2=3y
    Bring everything to one side,

    y^2 - 3y = 0.

    Now factor, and then set each factor to zero.
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    Re: How can I solve this using factoring?

    Thanks!!
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    Re: How can I solve this using factoring?

    i.e y^2 -3y=0
     y(y-3)=0
    y=0, or, (y-3)=0, y=3
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