Q: What is 2x plus 2 in factored form?

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Dividing all terms by 2 gives: 6x2+7x+2 = (2x+1)(3x+2) when factored

If you mean (1+2x)2, that is already factored.

2(x-32)(x+60)

x3 - x2 + 2x = x*(x2 - x + 2) which cannot be factored further.

Factor out a 22(X2 + X - 12)2(X - 3)(X + 4)===========

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2x + 3 can be factored as follows: 2(x + 1.5)

x(2x - 3)(x + 4)

Dividing all terms by 2 gives: 6x2+7x+2 = (2x+1)(3x+2) when factored

If you mean (1+2x)2, that is already factored.

2(x-32)(x+60)

x3 - x2 + 2x = x*(x2 - x + 2) which cannot be factored further.

Factor out a 22(X2 + X - 12)2(X - 3)(X + 4)===========

It is: 2(x+3y) when factored

It is: 2(x+4) when factored

2(2x + 5)(2x - 5)

(2x+1)(x+2) = 0

x2 - 2x = x(x - 2)