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Q: What is 10x squared minus 6x cubed?

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4x3+10x2-6x 2x(2x2+5x-3) 2x(2x-1)(x+3)

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It is: (2x+3)(3x-8) when factored

you just only need the first 2 parts of the equation! 6x-10=10x so you have to minus 6x each side: so 6x-6x-10=10x-6x, so it turns to -10=4x. Then you have to divide -10 by 4. so -10/4=-2.5 so x is -2.5.

6x3 - 5x = x*(6x2 - 5)

multiply the base number and add the two exponets together

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