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Which shows one way to determine the factors of x3 + 11x2 – 3x – 33 by grouping? x2(x + 11) + 3(x – 11) x2(x – 11) – 3(x – 11) x2(x + 11) + 3(x + 11) x2(x + 11) – 3(x + 11)

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Jeffrey Rodriguez on March 25, 2018

For this case we have the following polynomial: by grouping terms we have: Then, we make a common factor of the terms grouped in each bracket. For the first parenthesis we take a common factor x^2. For the second parenthesis do common factor 3. We have then: Response: a way of determine the factors of clustering is:


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