Q: How do you factorise 8x 16?

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3x2 - 8x = x(3x - 8)

If you mean: xsquared+8x-48 then it factors to (x-4)(x+12)

(x+5)(x+3)

It is: 4(2x+3m) when factorised

Use www.wolframalpha.com Enter factor 4x^2+8x-5 to receive the answer (2x-1)(2x+5)

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8x + 20 = 4 (2x + 5)

3x2 - 8x = x(3x - 8)

8x -12 ... 4(2x -3)

4x2+8x+3 ------> (2x+3)(2x+1)

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What about it? Factorise it?

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If you mean: xsquared+8x-48 then it factors to (x-4)(x+12)

You don't. There is no way to factorise it.

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(x+5)(x+3)

Doesn't factorise in integers. Roots are 0.84 and 7.16