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Q: How do you factor 20x squared minus 3x plus 10?

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5x2 + 20x = 5x (x + 4)

The value of such an expression depends on the values assigned to the variables, in this case, x and c.

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25x + 35x + 9 is 60x + 9, which factors to 3(20x + 3)

20x+7=5x+10 15x=3 3/15=.2 x=.2

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