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Q: How do you do n squared plus n?

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n2 + n2 = 2 n2

Simple equation lad. In your example, you said n=4 and x= n squared + n - 1 + (n-2)squared + (n-3)squared. You simply write n²+n-1+(n-2)²+(n-3)² I hope that is what you mean by what you say. P.S. To get the to the power of sign, hold alt and press 0178 for ², and 0179 for ³

n3 + 8n2 + 12n = n(n+2)(n+6)

That factors to (2n + 1)(n + 2)

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n squared minus n

n squared x n n x n x n = n cubed n x n = n squared n squared x n = n cubed

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It can't be factored because its discriminant is less than zero

n2+n3=n5 it's simple 8th grade pre-algebra

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