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Q: Which is a factored form expression ---- 2x2 - 6x?

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If you mean: x2+6x+8 then it is (x+4)(x+2) when factored

The expression is: 6x-10 which can be factored to 2(3x-5)

2x2 + 6x - 8 = 72 ∴ 2x2 + 6x + 64 =0 ∴ x2 + 3x + 32 = 0 This can not be factored, as x is not equal to any integer. Using the quadratic equation, we find that: x = -3/2 ± √119 / 2i

x squared +6x +5 is a quadratic expression that can be factored as (x+1)(x+5)

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2x2-3 = -6x-2 2x2+6x-3+2 = 0 2x2+6x-1 = 0 When factored with the help of the quadratic equation formula: (2x-0.3166247904)(x+3.1583123952) = 0 Therefore: x = 0.1583123952 and also x = -3.1583123952

If you mean: x2+6x+8 then it is (x+4)(x+2) when factored

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x2 + 6x - 5 is a quadratic expression that can not be factored.

Yes because dividing all terms by 2 it becomes x2-6x-40 = (x-10)(x+4) when factored

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4x3+10x2-6x 2x(2x2+5x-3) 2x(2x-1)(x+3)

2x2+6x-8 = 72 2x2+6x-8-72 = 0 2x2+6x-80 = 0 (2x-10)(x+8) = 0

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2x2 + 6x - 8 = 72 ∴ 2x2 + 6x + 64 =0 ∴ x2 + 3x + 32 = 0 This can not be factored, as x is not equal to any integer. Using the quadratic equation, we find that: x = -3/2 ± √119 / 2i

The expression is: 6x-10 which can be factored to 2(3x-5)

x squared +6x +5 is a quadratic expression that can be factored as (x+1)(x+5)

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