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Q: factor the following polynomial 17y+60+y^2
A: The factors of 17y+60+y^2 are: (y + 12)(y + 5)
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Updated 3/1/2014 9:45:58 AM
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The factors of 17y+60+y^2 are:
(y + 12)(y + 5)

In the problem: factor the following polynomial 17y+60+y^2:

we arrange first the expression, so it becomes:

y^2 + 17 y + 60 = 0
(y + 5) (y + 12) = 0

Then we can now solve for the values of y:

in (y +5) =0
y = -5

in (y + 12)
y = -12

thus, the values of y are -5 anf - 12.
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