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Q: How do you factor n squared minus 16n plus 48?

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6n2 + 16n can be factorised to give 2n(3n + 8) so the highest factor is 2n.

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2n(3n + 8)

Look at the coefficients. -16 - 14 = -30. Therefore, -16n - 14n = -30n.

you cant factor this any more

16n

It is: 16n

If you mean: n2+16n+64 then it is (n+8)(n+8) when factored

The square root of 16n to the power of two, (√16n)2 is just simply 16n. Any number or monomial that is squared after the square root is taken is just the number itself, since squaring is the inverse property of taking the square root of something.

[ 13n + 25 ] is.

The GCF is 4n.

The GCF is 4n

(8n)4(16n)2= (84n4)(162n2)=(82 x 162)(n4 x n2)= 1,048,576n4+2= 1,048,576n6

16n

cannot be simplified, unless there's an = you're leaving out.

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9n-2=7n+50 7n+9n=50+2 16n=52 n= 3.25

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As an algebraic term: 16n

16n

Atomic mass of 16N: 16 Atomic number of 16N: 7 Number of protons: 16-7=9

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1 over 16n4

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