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Q: How would you know if a binomial is a factor of a given product?

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First you would see is there is a Greatest Common Factor. Then you would factor the difference of squares binomial. After factoring out the GCF, the square root of the first term is 'a' and the square root of the second term is 'b'. Once 'a' and 'b' are found, substitute them into the binomial factors (a + b)(a - b).

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product - 5 factor x factor = product (factor x factor) - 5 you need to state what the product were. If, for example, the factors were 2 and 3, then your answer would turn out like this: your product will be: 2x3= 6 and then substract 5 6 - 5 = 1 like this: 2x3 - 5 = 1

It does not. It needs an 11.

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A product of variables and numbers. Ex:) 5xIt can only be a product (multiplication). If you have 5 + x, then that would be a binomial because it has two monomials: 5 and x.A monomial is very similar to a term!

no it does not and the smallest missing factor that would allow for divisibility is 13

3101112 is divisible by 6.

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that does not make sense. . . 3x to the 6th and what with the 24, is it (3x6)(24)? if so you would multiply the coefficients(3 and 24) and make that to the 6th power

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