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Q: What is the factor 2a3 -16a2 plus 30a?

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36a2 - 60a + 25 = 36a2 - 30a - 30a + 25 = 6a(6a - 5) - 5(6a - 5) = (6a - 5)(6a - 5) = (6a - 5)2

a2+30a+56=0 , solve for a Using the quadratic formula, you will find that: a=-2 , a=-28

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That depends what the value of a is.

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2 x 3 x 5 x a = 30a

Assuming a 120V circuit then a 30A Single Pole. For a 240V circuit an 30A two pole. Of course anything smaller that a 30A is acceptable. 30A is the maximum allowed.

30a is bigger than a 30 AA

You would factor out -1 (a) from a trinomial in an equation such as -a^2 +30a - 2a + 60 after the middle term has been separated. The final answer of this trinomial would then be (a-30) (a-30).

a 30a bust is tiny usually in a child who is starting to mature

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Example: 30a and 42a2 Factor them. 2 x 3 x 5 x a = 30a 2 x 3 x 7 x a x a = 42a2 Combine the factors, eliminating duplicates. 2 x 3 x 5 x 7 x a x a = 210a2, the LCM

Your Glenfield model 30A was made in the year 1979.

The prime factors of 180a2 are 2, 2, 3, 3, 5, a, and a. The prime factors of 210a are 2, 3, 5, 7, and a. The prime factors in common are 2, 3, 5, and a, so the greatest common factor is 2 x 3 x 5 x a = 30a. If a is divisible by 7, there would be two factors of 7 in a2, so the extra 7 would be another factor in common with 210a, in which case the greatest common factor would be 7 x 30a = 210a

Your serial number indicates that your Marlin model 30A was made in the year 1982.

Yes and no. You can't put a 30A outlet on a 50A breaker as it will be a fire hazard. You can put a 50A outlet on it safely. Then you can plug the 30A load into it, but this is unwise and can be dangerous if you don't put fuses in your pigtail adapter. The best solution: Go ahead and install your 30A outlet but replace the 50A breaker with a 30A breaker. This is the safest and cleanest solution.

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30 x A = 30A

Yes, a #10 copper conductor with an insulation factor of 75 and 90 degrees C are both rated at 30 amps.

The Marlin/Glenfeild 30A have gone up in value. Condition is everything of course. 3-$500 is normal.

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