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Q: What is the factor for 6w plus 18?

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(6w - 5z)(6w + 5z)

(6w + 5z)(6w - 5z)

It is an equation and the value of w is 3 2w - 11 + 4w = 7 6w - 11 = 7 6w = 7 + 11 6w = 18 w = 3

(5w + 1)(w + 1)

6 + w - 2w - 11 + 6w = -5 + 5w

29 + 6w = 11w + 425 = 5w5 = ww = 5

It is 10w + 4.

2w-6w+9 -4w+9 the coefficient of -4w is -4

It is: 6w-2

6xw + 49xk2 - 24yw - 21yk2 = 6w(x - 4y) + 7k2(7x - 3y)

3w + 12

The GCF is 6w.

It is: 5+4w simplified

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Write out the equation: 16 = 4w + 2w - 2 Collect like terms (terms without w and terms with w): 16 = 6w - 2 Put all the terms without w on the same side (add 2 to both sides): 16 + 2 = 6w - 2 + 2 18 = 6w Get rid of the coefficient (divide by 6): 18 / 6 = 6w / 6 3 = w

2w + 16 = - 6w - 8 2w + 16 + 6w = - 8 8w + 16 = - 8 8w = - 8 - 16 8w = - 24 w = - 3

6x-6w = 0

7x-6w = 1

9(9x + 2)

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-(x - 9)(x + 2)

-x2+7x+18 = (-x-2)(x-9) when factored

I'm not sure this was notated correctly. As written, this is -11x plus or minus 18, which doesn't factor.

No, a factor cannot be larger than the numbers it is compared to.

(x^18 - 6x^9 + 18)(x^18 + 6x^9 + 18)