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Q: How do you factor 8x2 plus 14x plus 3?

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x(x+3)(x+5)

10 + 14x - 3 is pretty much the same thing as 7 + 14x. You can't solve this problem without knowing what x is or what the equation equals out to. For example, if 10 + 14x - 3 = 21, x would equal 1.

7(x - 1)(x + 3)

It is a quadratic equation and the values of x are -1/2 or -2/3Do you mean 12x2+14x+4 = 0If so then x = -2/3 and x = -1/2

That is a quadratic equation. You can solve it easily if you factor it to 2(2x - 1)(3x - 2) and find what makes each factor 0. The solutions are 1/2 and 2/3; you can see the steps taken to get here using the link under "related links".

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