Q: What is 23x minus 9x?

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9x2-9x-10 = (3x+2)(3x-5) when factored

(3x - 1)(2x - 7)

The expression simplifies to: -7x-4

It is possible.

"sum" is not the right word here. All the bits are not being added: there is an equals sign. But 9x plus 14x can only be 23x, so that 23x + 8 = 0. Take 8 from each side of the equality so 23x = -8, and then divide both sides by 23 to get x = -8/23 Don't confuse"x" with the multiplication sign. For that reason, in algebra, a curly x is used wherever possible.

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(9x - 8)(5x + 7)

9x2-9x-10 = (3x+2)(3x-5) when factored

5x2 + 9x + 13 has no real factors.

(3x - 1)(2x - 7)

If you mean (9x-8y)(9x+8y) then it is 81x^2 minus 64y^2

It is possible.

The expression simplifies to: -7x-4

"sum" is not the right word here. All the bits are not being added: there is an equals sign. But 9x plus 14x can only be 23x, so that 23x + 8 = 0. Take 8 from each side of the equality so 23x = -8, and then divide both sides by 23 to get x = -8/23 Don't confuse"x" with the multiplication sign. For that reason, in algebra, a curly x is used wherever possible.

32 minus the product of 9 and a number is 140 the answer is 12. 32-9x=140 9x=108 x=12

(9x + 8)(9x - 8)

With the help of the quadratic equation formula

x2-9x can be factored by taking x out of each term x(x-9)