factor the polynomial 2(x)3 - 3(x)2 - 2(x) - 1

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factor the polynomial 2(x)3 - 3(x)2 - 2(x) - 1

Postby purplestar » Mon Oct 10, 2011 10:18 pm

how do you factor the polynomial 2(x)3 - 3(x)2 - 2(x) - 1 :wave:

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Re: factor the polynomial 2(x)3 - 3(x)2 - 2(x) - 1

Postby little_dragon » Mon Oct 10, 2011 10:47 pm

purplestar wrote:factor the polynomial 2(x)3 - 3(x)2 - 2(x) - 1 :wave:

wat do the parens mean?
is it 2x^3-3x^2-2x-1?
cos that doesnt factor!
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Re: factor the polynomial 2(x)3 - 3(x)2 - 2(x) - 1

Postby purplestar » Mon Oct 10, 2011 10:58 pm

oh see i tried to type out the problem like you did but thats how its suppose to look :clap:


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