Q: Factorise 2x plus 7 plus 5?

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(x - 3)(2x - 7)

Y = 2x-5 and Y = 2x plus 7 is a linear system which intersects at points (-2,2)

5x - 3 + 2x + 7 = ?7x + 5 = ?

14x2 - 39x - 35 = (7x + 5)(2x - 7)

-3x + (-18) = 2x + 7 +18 +18 -3x = 2x +25 -2x -2x -5x = 25 ----- ----- -5 -5 x=-5 *------- equals a division line

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(x - 3)(2x - 7)

2x(y - 3) + 7(y - 3) = (2x + 7)(y - 3)

6x - 8 + 2x - 5 = 7 - 2x ?

Y = 2x-5 and Y = 2x plus 7 is a linear system which intersects at points (-2,2)

the GCF of each term is 2; so, you simply factor out a 2 from each term.---------------------------2x + 14factor out the 2 to get:2( x + 7 )

4x - 7 = 2x + 5 2x - 7 = 5 2x = 12 x = 6.

f(x)= (x-7) /(-2x+7)(2x+5) set -2x+7=0 -2x=-7 x=7/2 set 2x+5=0 2x=-5 x=-5/2 x=7/2 and x=-5/2 are vertical asymptotes.

5x - 3 + 2x + 7 = ?7x + 5 = ?

14x2 - 39x - 35 = (7x + 5)(2x - 7)

-3x + (-18) = 2x + 7 +18 +18 -3x = 2x +25 -2x -2x -5x = 25 ----- ----- -5 -5 x=-5 *------- equals a division line

3x+7=2x-5 x=-12

2x+12-3x = 5 2x-3x = 5-12 -x = -7 x = 7