Q: How do you factor x squared plus 3x plus 2?

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3x^2 -14x +15 = (3x-5)(x-3)

The factors are [3x + 5 - 2*sqrt(10)] and [3x 5 + 2*sqrt(10)].

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3x3+15x2+18x = 3x(x2+5x+6) = 3x(x+2)(x+3)

It is a quadratic expression and can be factored into: (3x+1)(x+2)

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