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x2 is the same as x times x. In this case x = t+2 so we can say (t+2)2 is (t+2)(t+2) or t2+4t+4

Q: What is brackets t plus 2 to the power of 2?

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-t+2=12-t=10t=-10

t=-10

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I think the answer is (13-t)(13+t) because when you expand the brackets some of it cancells out like +169 - 169. As they are the same (but ones got a plus and ones got a minus) they cancel each other out. :)

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You can take a 5s2t out of all of that, leaving yourself with 3s4t3 + 19s3t2 + 7s2t4 - 7

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-t+2=12-t=10t=-10

t=-10

31

I think the answer is (13-t)(13+t) because when you expand the brackets some of it cancells out like +169 - 169. As they are the same (but ones got a plus and ones got a minus) they cancel each other out. :)

If you mean t^2 +11t +10 then it is (t+10)(t+1) when factorized

The expression 15-t plus 8t-13 simplifies to 7t + 2.

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That's one term. You need at last two to find an LCM. That factors to t(t + 2)(t + 2)

2 x t + 35 x t 2t + 35t 37t