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I suppose that would be 14x2 - 7x3. Just take out the common factor, 7x2. Divide each term by this factor to find the other factor.

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7x^2(2 - x)

Q: How do you factor 14x squared minus 7x to the 3rd power?

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14x2 - 39x - 35 = (7x + 5)(2x - 7)

7(x - 1)(x + 3)

(x - 16)(x + 2) x = 16 or -2

Yes because if x2-14x+49 then it is (x-7)(x-7) when factored

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14x squared minus 7x to the 3rd power can be factored to 7x2(2-x).

(3x + 1)(x - 5)

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

3x2 -14x -24 can be factored as (3x + 4)(x - 6).

14x2-7x2-16 7x2-16 (this can't be simplified any more)

14x2 - 39x - 35 = (7x + 5)(2x - 7)

If that's +14x + 3, the answer is (2x + 3)(4x + 1)

7(x - 1)(x + 3)

(x - 16)(x + 2) x = 16 or -2

The GCF is 2x2

Yes because if x2-14x+49 then it is (x-7)(x-7) when factored

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