Study guides

☆☆

Q: How do you factor ab plus 2a plus 3b plus 6?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Related questions

ab + 2a + 3b + 6

so let's group and then factor ab+2a+3b+6= (ab+2a)+(3b+6)= a(b+2)+3(b+2)= (a+3)(b+2) and that is our final answer! Doctor Chuck

a(b+3)+b(b+3)

This expression can be factored. ab + 3a + b2 + 3b = a(b + 3) + b(b + 3) = (a + b)(b + 3)

ab-2ac+b^2-2bc

(a + b)(b + c)

You want: abc + ab Factor out the common terms which are "a" and "b" ab ( c + 1 )

Answer = 20 Let the number be ab where a is the "tens" value and b is the "units" value. Then a + 4 = 3(a + b) a + 4 = 3a + 3b 4 = 2a + 3b The only condition that satisfies this is when b = 0 then 4 = 2a : a = 2

x2y + axy + abx + a2b Factor by grouping. xy(x + a) + ab(x + a) (xy + ab)(x + a)

(b + 3)(a + c)

ab + 4 + a + 4b factors to (a + 4)(b + 1)

The GCF is a.

No, A person with AB- can receive from O-, A-, B-, or AB-. See chart on related link. A positive Rh factor can receive from a negative, but not the other way around.

(a + b)(b - 2c)

(a - c)(b - d)

(a + b)(b - 2c)

(a+b)(a squared-ab+b squared)

(b - x)(ab - xy)

0

e a cd

4

a and b are factors of ab

a(3+b)+c(3+b) * * * * * This is easy to finish: . . . = (a + c)(3 + b).

(a + x^2)(b + y^2)

Yes. Blood type should not be a factor in who you marry.