Q: What is the 3 or the 2 in 3x2 equals 6 called?

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They are multiplicands.

what is the 3 or the 2 in 3 multiply by 2 = 6

Divide all terms by -1: 3x2+x -2 = 0 (3x-2)(x+1) = 0 x = 2/3 or x = -1

9x2 - 18x = -3x2 - 2x = -1/3x2 - 2x + 1 = 1 - 1/3(x - 1)2 = 2/3x - 1 = ±√2/3x = 1 ± (1/3)√6)

It equals 60 Because 3•2 is 6 2•5 is 10 &. 10•6 is 60

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They are multiplicands.

what is the 3 or the 2 in 3 multiply by 2 = 6

x = -1y = 33x2 - y2 = 3 (-1)2 - (3)2 = 3 (1) - 9 = -6

The coefficient is -3.

3(7 + 2) = 3x7 + 3x2 is an example of the distributive law.The distributive law connects multiplication and addition.

Divide all terms by -1: 3x2+x -2 = 0 (3x-2)(x+1) = 0 x = 2/3 or x = -1

9x2 - 18x = -3x2 - 2x = -1/3x2 - 2x + 1 = 1 - 1/3(x - 1)2 = 2/3x - 1 = ±√2/3x = 1 ± (1/3)√6)

(3x + 2)(x + 2) so x = -2/3 or -2

In general, no.

Yes.

It equals 60 Because 3•2 is 6 2•5 is 10 &. 10•6 is 60

3x2+2x-8=0 Delta = 22-4*3*-8= 100 So x = (-2 + sqrt(100))/(2*3) or x = (-2 - sqrt(100))/(2*3) x = 4/3 or x=-2