Q: What does -36x divided by 24x equal?

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False. It has to be either "- 24x" or "+ 36". These would factor as (3x - 4)2 and (3x - 6)2 respectively.

The GCF is 6x.

36x-9y = 15 -9y = -36x+15 y = 4x-5/3 in slope intercept form

The answer is, 24x

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If I am factoringing a polynomial completely, how would I do it for -4X^3 + 24x^2-36x? Please give a breakdown to have abetter understanding of it.

36 multiplied by 18 is 648.

42% of 36x = 36x*42/100 = 15.12x%

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It is 36x, exactly as in the question!

√(24x)4/√(3x) = [242x2√(3x)]/3x = 8(24)x√(3x) = 192x√(3x)

I'm guessing that's 36x^2 - 36x + 9 which factors to 9(2x - 1)(2x - 1)

(40x^6-24x^4)/8x

36X 4 y + 32

12x2 - 24x + 9y

If you mean 9x^2-24x+16 then yes it can because its discriminant is equal to zero and it is (3x-4)(3x-4) when factored