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Unformatted text preview: purchased 5 roses and 2 tulips for $24. Find the price of each tulip and each rose. Factor out the GCF from each polynomial. 11. 4 3 2 6 2 10 4 x x x x+ + 12. 4 2 4 12 8 8 a a a ++ Factor the following fourterm polynomials by grouping. 13. 3 9 3 y xy x +14. 3 2 5 15 3 x x x + + + Factor each trinomial completely. If the polynomial can’t be factored, write “prime.” 15. 2 3 108 x x +16. 2 5 35 60 x x + + Factor completely. 17. 2 6 11 10 x x18. 6 3 3 27 8 x x y + Solve each equation. 19. 2 6 ( 5)(3 7) x x x+ = 20. 2 4 25 y=...
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 Fall '11
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 Accounting, Prime number, Dr. Munther Alraban, following fourterm polynomials

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