True or False?The number that completes this equation is 12. 2k^2+6k+180=(k-6)(k+?)

The number that completes this equation is 12. 2k^2+6k+180=(k-6)(k+ ). FALSE.

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The number that completes this equation is 12. 2k^2+6k+180=(k-6)(k+ ). FALSE.

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Confirmed by jeifunk [8/11/2014 3:54:39 AM]

Simplify using the vertical method.
(4k + 5)(3k^2 – 4k – 2)
A. 12k^3 + 28k^2 – 1k – 10
B. 12k^3 – 1k^2 + 12k – 10
C. 12k^3 – 1k^2 – 28k – 10 D. 12k^3 + 31k^2 – 12k – 10
**Weegy:** A. 12k^3 + 28k^2 – 1k – 10 (More)

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(4k + 5)(3k^2 – 4k – 2) = 12k^3 – 1k^2 – 28k – 10

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