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Q: How do you factor 2x squared plus 3x minus 14?

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(y - 2)(y - 7)

2(x - 7)(x - 1)

(x - 14)(x + 14)

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(x - 14)(x - 2)

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6y2+17y-14 = (2x+7)(3x-2) when factored

It can't be solved because the discriminant of this quadratic equation is less than zero

That factors to (x - 14)(x + 14)

( + 14)(x - 14)

x2-5x-14 = (x+2)(x-7) when factored

With the help of the quadratic equation formula

-14

4(h2 - 14)

x = -2/3,7/6

Divide all terms by 3 gives: x2-5-14 and when factored gives: (x+2)(x-7)

14 squared = 196, so you're looking for the sqrt of double that, ie 392, which is almost exactly 19.8

4 - 7 + 14 + 2 - 19 + 6 = 0

3 + 6 - 2 + 14 - 3 + 2 = 20

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x2 + 14x + 45 = (x + 9) (x + 5)

34 minus 6

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The answer to the math problem of -14 minus -6 plus 4y is 4y minus 20. The root of this problem is 5.

X^2 + 5X - 14 by inspection what two factors of - 14 add up to 5 ? (X + 7)(X - 2) X = - 7 X = 2