how do you factor polynomial? such as 3x2 + 2x -18x -12?
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Originally Posted by E-mac how do you factor polynomial? such as 3x2 + 2x -18x -12? we would factor by grouping. first, rewrite as now factor the common terms out of the first two and second two now factor out the common (x - 6) viola!
Originally Posted by E-mac how do you factor polynomial? such as 3x2 + 2x -18x -12? 1. Rewrite and rearrange the question: 2. Use Synthetic Division method; Let at any value (try n error) until you manage to get in that case, if ; So is one of the factor, and synthetic division method can start be applied did u know how to use that method?
Last edited by noob; June 25th 2008 at 06:19 AM.
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