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

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x(x - 19)(x - 1)

They touch each other at (0, 100) on the x and y axis.

20X2 + 3010(2X2 + 3)============That's as much factoring as can be done here.

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

(20x + 3)(1x + 1)

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20x3 - 70x2 + 60x = 10x(2x2 - 7x + 6) = 10x(2x - 3)(x - 2).

They touch each other at (0, 100) on the x and y axis.

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20X2 + 3010(2X2 + 3)============That's as much factoring as can be done here.

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5x2 + 20x = 0 5x(x + 4) = 0 x = 0 and -4

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The graphs of the two equations will intersect when x² + 20x + 100 = y = x² - 20x + 100 Subtracting x² +100 from both sides you get 20x = -20x that will only be true when x = 0. At x = 0, y = 100 for both equations - so the point of contact would be (0,100)