Study guides

☆☆

Q: Factor 100 x to the fourth power plus 95 x cubed minus 275 x squared?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Related questions

How about: (3 squared minus 2 cubed) + 1 to the fourth 3 cubed minus 5 squared log 100 Kim Basinger's weeks minus Doris Day's cents.

x(x + 3)(x - 4)

2y(y + 3)(y - 7)

(a - 2)(a^2 + 6)

Factor out the GCF and get X(X2-X+1).

xcubed-1 Answer::(X-1)(Xsquared+X+1) when you factor xcubed minus a number its the same thing as x cubed minus y cubed and x cubed minus y cubed factors to:: (x-y)(xsquared+xy+y squared) the first factor, (x-y), is the cubed root of the first and the cubed root of the second, so in the answer i have (x-1), which is x cubed minus one cubed :) the second factor, (xsquared+xy+ysquared), you take the first number squared, Xsquared, then the first and second one multiplied together, XY, and then the second number squared, Ysquared, so in the answer i have (xsquared+x+1), which is x squared, then x times 1 which is just x, and positive 1, which is negative 1 squared :) x^3 - 1

(2x3 - x2) = x2 (2x - 1)

(x - 2)(x^2 + x + 3)

(x - 5)(x^2 + 1)

(x + 2)(3x - 1)(3x + 1)

9 minus 8

x(x - 19)(x - 1)

-116

000000

(x2 + 1)(x2 - 2)

n(2n - 1)(2n + 7)

You have to put your heart into it!

x^2(1 - x)(1 + x)

well, i believe it goes like this (not certain) 25 is the only not prime number so... 3xcubed x squared -5 squared

3x squared minus 25x minus 28

964 = 1,000 - 36

x³ - x² + x - 3 (x² + 1)(x - 1) - 2

x³ + x² - 3x - 3 = (x + 1)(x + √3) (x - √3).

For a start, you can look for a common factor, and separate it. What remains (the other factor) will only be a polynomial of degree 2; I assume you already learned how to factor that.

2x(x−6)(x+1)