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Q: Factor completely and then place the factors in the proper location on the grid. 36x2 + 60x + 25
A: The factors of 36x^2 + 60x + 25 are: (6x + 5)^2 or (6x + 5) (6x + 5)
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User: Factor completely and then place the factors in the proper location on the grid. 36x2 + 60x + 25

Weegy: The factors of 36x^2 + 60x + 25 are: (6x + 5)^2 or (6x + 5) (6x + 5)
andrewpallarca|Points 18271|

User: Factor 1 - 2.25x8. (1 - 1.5x4)2 (1.5 + x4)(1.5 - x4) (1 + 1.5x4)(1 - 1.5x4)

Weegy: B)(1.5 + x4)(1.5 - x4)
jeifunk|Points 8360|

User: Factor this expression completely and then place the factors in the proper location on the grid. x2 - 9

Weegy: (x-4y)(x+4y) is the answer.
OxTornado007|Points 6499|

User: Factor this expression completely and then place the factors in the proper location on the grid. x2 - 9

Weegy: (x-4y)(x+4y) is the answer.
OxTornado007|Points 6499|

User: The volume of a rectangular box is found by multiplying its length, width, and height: V = lwh. A certain box has a volume of b3 + 3b2 - 4b - 12. Factor the four-term polynomial to find the dimensions of the box. Hint: Use factoring by grouping to factor the four term polynomial first. b - 3; b - 2; b - 2 b + 3; b - 2; b - 2 b + 3; b + 2; b - 2

Weegy: x-8=48^1/2 x=(48^1/2)+8 or x=square root of 48 +8
Sbbarker10|Points 75|

User: The volume of a rectangular box is found by multiplying its length, width, and height: V = lwh. A certain box has a volume of b3 + 3b2 - 4b - 12. Factor the four-term polynomial to find the dimensions of the box. Hint: Use factoring by grouping to factor the four term polynomial first. b - 3; b - 2; b - 2 b + 3; b - 2; b - 2 b + 3; b + 2; b - 2

Weegy: x-8=48^1/2 x=(48^1/2)+8 or x=square root of 48 +8
Sbbarker10|Points 75|

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The repetition of consonants which appear at the beginning of words (baa, baa, black sheep) is an alliteration.
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