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What's the factor of the following trinomial? 450a2 +242c2 + 660ac
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User: What's the factor of the following trinomial? 450a2 +242c2 + 660ac

Weegy: First they are all even so we know we can factor out at least a two and we also need tp rearrange to get in the proper sequence. [ so 2(2225a^2 +121c^2 +330ac) Now changing around 2(225a^2 + 330ac + 121 c^2) The portion inside the parentheses is a perfect square so the final answer is 2(15a+11c)^2 ]
selymi|Points 11531|

User: What's the factor of the following trinomal? 9 - 6a - 24a2

Weegy: If you factor 9-6a-24a you get Solution: Language: (x) : 9 -6x -24(x)^2 = = 9 -6*x -24*(x)^2 = 9 -6*x -24*x^2 = -24*(x +0.75)*(x -0.5) or 24*(x +3/4)*(x -1/2) .
peterjamoner|Points 146|

User: What's the factor of the following trinomial? y2x - yx - 20

User: What's the factor of the following trinomial? 3y4 - 2y2 - 5

Weegy: Well, first you have to get a common denominator in your fractions. [ So, your equation becomes: 3y/4 - 4y/4 = 5 Then, we do the subtraction: -y/4 = 5 Then, let's get rid of the denominator by multiplying both sides by 4: -y = 20 Which becomes: y = -20 Unless you've typed something wrong, as far as I can tell, the answer is -20. ]
boyutut|Points 155|

User: Factor 3y^4 - 2y^2 - 5

Weegy: y < or = 7.4
johnlennons|Points 900|

User: What's the factor of this trinomial? 3y^4 - 2y^2 - 5

Weegy: The factors of 3y^4 - 2y^2 - 5 is (y^2+1)(3y^2-5).
andrewpallarca|Points 26306|

User: What's the factor of the following trinomial? 13y2 - 5yx - 8x2

User: What is the factor of the following trinomial? c2 + 6c + 9



Weegy: The factor of c2+6c+9 is: (c+3)^2 or (c+3) (c+3) ***c2+6c+9 Factor the following: c^2+6 c+9 Factor c^2+6 c+9 by finding two numbers whose product is 9 and whose sum is 6. The factors of 9 that sum to 6 are 3 and 3. [ So, c^2+6 c+9 = (c+3) (c+3): (c+3) (c+3) Combine products of like terms. (c+3) (c+3) = (c+3)^2: Answer: | | (c+3)^2 (c+3)(c+3) ]
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Asked 10/12/2013 11:13:48 AM
Updated 7/10/2014 12:45:21 PM
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450a2 +242c2 + 660ac = 2 (15 a+11 c)^2
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9-6a-24a2 = -3(4a+3)(2a-1)
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13y^2 - 5yx - 8x^2 = (y-x) (8 x+13 y)
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