Q: A3 - 2a2 plus 4a - 8?

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First you can factor a^2 from the first two terms and 4 from the last two terms. (a^2)(a-2)+4(a-2) You can see that they both have (a-2) as a factor. So it is (a^2+4)(a-2)

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5a - 10 = 4a + 8 is a linear equation in one variable.

a=-12

4*4+8 = 24

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(a - 2)(a^2 + 4)

First you can factor a^2 from the first two terms and 4 from the last two terms. (a^2)(a-2)+4(a-2) You can see that they both have (a-2) as a factor. So it is (a^2+4)(a-2)

2a*3 = 8+4a 6a = 8+4a 6a-4a = 8 2a = 8 a = 4

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5a - 10 = 4a + 8 is a linear equation in one variable.

It can do, for the right value of A

Solve the following equation for A : 2A/3 = 8 + 4A

a=-12

4*4+8 = 24

2a2+33a+136 = (2a+17)(a+8) when factored

a=8 -5+4x8=27

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