Q: What is the expression 3z2-16z-35 completely factored?

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When the expression is broken down into its prime factors it is factored completely.

If you mean: y2+5y+6 then it is (y+2)(y+3) when factored completely

It is (x+6)(x-4) when factored

It is irreducible, it can't be factored.

xxxii or XXXII in Roman numerals is equivalent to 32 and 32+18 = 50 which is L as a roman numeral

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When the expression is broken down into its prime factors it is factored completely.

If you mean: y2+5y+6 then it is (y+2)(y+3) when factored completely

This expression can not be factored. It is already in it's simplest state.

It is (x+6)(x-4) when factored

If you mean 5x^2 -125 then it is 5(x^2 -25) when factored

27-y3 factored completely = 24

If an expression does not have a common factor, then it is called a "prime" expression.

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It is irreducible, it can't be factored.

a3-4a = a(a2-4) when factored

18 + 8x + x = = 18 + 9x = 9(2 + x) which is the factored form of the expression.

It's the general form of a quadratic expression and it can be factored providing its discriminant is not less than zero.