Q: How do you factor n squared minus 100?

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n2 - 100t write t = (√t)2 = n2 - (10√t)2 = (n - 10√t)(n + 10√t)

n/10^2+7-(1)6=40 n/100+7-6=40 n/100+1=40 (100)n/100+1=40(100) n=4,000 Idk, tired.

The expression n2 - n - 56 factors to (n - 8)(n + 7).

n squared minus six.

n+n-n-n-n+n-n-n squared to the 934892547857284579275348975297384579th power times 567896578239657824623786587346378 minus 36757544.545278789789375894789572356757583775389=n solve for n! the answer is 42

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Algebraically it is written as ' n^(2) - n'. This factors to ' n(n-1)'.

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n2 - 100t write t = (√t)2 = n2 - (10√t)2 = (n - 10√t)(n + 10√t)

7n(n−1)

It is 2n^3 + 7n^2 - 13n + 3

n/10^2+7-(1)6=40 n/100+7-6=40 n/100+1=40 (100)n/100+1=40(100) n=4,000 Idk, tired.

The expression n2 - n - 56 factors to (n - 8)(n + 7).

Obviously, both terms have the common factor "n". You get the other factor by dividing both terms by n. The result is "n + 2".

n squared minus six.

The GCF is 7mn.

It is: 2n^2 -5n -42 equals (2n+7)(n-6) when factored