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2x(3x + 5)

Q: How do you factor 6x squared plus 10x?

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We know that when you submit questions you aren't free to use the right format to make the mathematical terms crystal clear. It is likely that you mean "x squared times 6 plus x squared times 2", which is clearer. You can factor out the "x squared" and you will see that you get "x squared times 8". You COULD mean (6x) squared plus (2x) squared, which would be different. 6x times 6x would equal x squared times 36, so your answer will be much different.

(6x + 1)(x + 13)

x2 + 6x + 8 =(x + 2)(x +4)

(4x - 3)(2x + 3)

Assuming you mean x squared plus 5x squared... the answer is 6x squared.

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We know that when you submit questions you aren't free to use the right format to make the mathematical terms crystal clear. It is likely that you mean "x squared times 6 plus x squared times 2", which is clearer. You can factor out the "x squared" and you will see that you get "x squared times 8". You COULD mean (6x) squared plus (2x) squared, which would be different. 6x times 6x would equal x squared times 36, so your answer will be much different.

(6x + t)(3x + t)

(6x + 1)(x + 13)

(6x + 1)(x + 2)

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x2 + 6x + 8 =(x + 2)(x +4)

5x(6x + 7y + 8)

(x + 3)(x + 3)

4x-3+6x+3 4x+6x=10x -3+3=0 10x is the answer!

(6x - 1)(6x - 1)

x(x2+5x+6)