Q: Factor 2a squared plus 3a plus 1?

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a + a + a - 2a = 3a - 2a = a

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7a minus 2, if "3a-2" means 3a minus 2. 3a plus 1 and 1-3rd in parenthesis times 3a, if "3a-2" means 3a squared. a plus 3a squared plus 3a = 1-3rd times 3a plus 3a times 3a plus 1 times 3a = 3a plus 1 and 1-3rd in parenthesis times 3a

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3a + (3b - 2a) + 5b =3a + 3b - 2a + 5b =(3a - 2a) + (3b + 5b) =a + 8b

What is the solution of -2a plus 3a plus 5b

The greatest common factor (GCF) of 2a and 3a is a.

3a + 2a = 5a

a + a + a - 2a = 3a - 2a = a

I guess you mean: 2a^2+6a Well in this case you take 2a out of the bracket and then you're left with a+3 inside. 2a(a+3a)

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