(11x - 1)(2x + 1)
x2 -11x-12= (x-12)(x+1)
The actual equation itself is the polynomial. There is no polynomial for it, and your question doesn't really make sense.
It is: (x+2)(x+9)
It is (x+2)(x+9) when factored
No. It factors to (11x - 13)(2x - 3)
It is an algebraic expression that can be simplified to: 11x+5
5x2+11x+2 = (5x+1)(x+2) when factored
Assuming the question is written as: x2+11x-12 This would factor to: (x+12)(x-1)
This expression can be simplified to: 2-6x
66x^3 - 36x^2 = 6x^2(11x - 6) 55x - 30 = 5(11x - 6) 66x^3 - 36x^2 + 55x - 30 = (6x^2 + 5)(11x - 6)
The equivalent expression of 10x-11x is -x, or negative x.
2(x^2 + 11x + 4)
(11x - 8)(x + 3)
-(5x + 3)(7x - 2)
(x - 7)(x - 4)
If the missing signs are pluses, that factors to (x + 4)(2x + 3)
-4, 11, 9, and -8 are constants. 'x' is the variable.