havent a clue!
Mulitply 6 and -15: -90
Now list all pairs of factors of -90:
Now which of these pairs add to 1? The 10 and -9, of course. So 1 = 10 - 9:
So set each factor equal to 0:
BTW, after a lot of practice of factorials, you will be able to look at them for a couple seconds and know what the constants will be.
I understand your plight. When I was a kid learning about factoring, my teacher didn't even show me about the additives and multiples that make up the constants right away. Needless to say, I taught it to myself.
i know the basics of mathematics e.g multiples etc it jus some of the terminologies that are used which i have never heared of or are unsure of ite been a while since i have done this last time i done then wen i was in high school two years ago and ever since that day i forgot it all as i thought i would never use it on it later life which i realy regret otherwise i wouldnt be here now or better still would be here with even more harder questions for you guys to help me with!