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4(t + 3)(t2 - 3t + 9)

t2 - 59t + 54 - 82t2 + 60t = - 81t2 + t + 54

12t(t2-4) 12t(t-2)(t+2)

assuming that you meant (360t + 10t3- 120t2 )then you can factor both 10 and T out of all three because it's a common factor10t(36+t2-12t), this is because if I was to times everything inside the bracket by 10t then I would have the original equation we started with.This can also be factored even more.(10t)(t-6)(t-6) because (t-6) X (t-6) is the same as (t2-12t+36)Thus the final factored form is (10t)(t-6)(t-6)

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If you mean t(t+7) = 4(3+2t), then it is factored. If you meant solve for 't', then the solution is t = t2 - 12.

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