Q: How do you factor 19 - t squared?

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19 x a x a x b = 19a2b

(4x - t2)= [(2âˆšx)2 - t2] (This is now the difference of squares)= (2âˆšx - t)(2âˆšx + t)

n2 - 100t write t = (√t)2 = n2 - (10√t)2 = (n - 10√t)(n + 10√t)

That doesn't factor neatly. Applying the quadratic equation, we find two real solutions: (19 plus or minus the square root of 1441) divided by 2t = 28.480252896102307t = -9.480252896102307

x(x - 19)(x - 1)

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19 x a x a x b = 19a2b

19 x a x a x b = 19a2b

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(4x - t2)= [(2âˆšx)2 - t2] (This is now the difference of squares)= (2âˆšx - t)(2âˆšx + t)

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n2 - 100t write t = (√t)2 = n2 - (10√t)2 = (n - 10√t)(n + 10√t)

That doesn't factor neatly. Applying the quadratic equation, we find two real solutions: (19 plus or minus the square root of 1441) divided by 2t = 28.480252896102307t = -9.480252896102307