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MTH 111 College Algebra
Practice Exercises
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associated statements are true or false.
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Emily Duval
MTH 111 College Algebra
Practice Exercises
Evaluate
1. Factor a common factor out of 2x3 - 1x2 + 12x .
2. Factor a common factor out of 1x3a2 + 15x2a5 -30x7a2z .
3. Factor 11a2 - 9 as a difference of two squares.
2. Factor 2x11 - 9 a1 as a dif
Emily Duval
MTH 111 College Algebra
Practice Exercises
Evaluate
1. Factor a common factor out of 4x3 - 6x2 + 12x .
2. Factor a common factor out of 6x3y2 + 15x2y5 -30x7y4z .
3. Factor 16y2 - 9 as a difference of two squares.
4. Factor 4x16 - 9 y6 as a dif