Q: How do you factor 2x squared plus 3x minus 14?

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(y - 2)(y - 7)

It is: (g-5)(g-9)

Divide all terms by 3 gives: x2-5-14 and when factored gives: (x+2)(x-7)

With the help of the quadratic equation formula

( + 14)(x - 14)

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2(x - 7)(x - 1)

It is: (x-2)(x-7) when factored

It is: (g-5)(g-9)

It can't be solved because the discriminant of this quadratic equation is less than zero

6y2+17y-14 = (2x+7)(3x-2) when factored

Divide all terms by 3 gives: x2-5-14 and when factored gives: (x+2)(x-7)

With the help of the quadratic equation formula

( + 14)(x - 14)

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