ACT Math 2.4 Elementary Algebra
Elementary Algebra Drill 2: Problem 4. Factor the expression.
|ACT Math||Elementary Algebra|
|ACT Mathematics||Elementary Algebra|
|Elementary Algebra||Factoring polynomials|
|Foreign Language||Arabic Subtitled|
|Intermediate Algebra||Roots of polynomials|
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problem. What's the common thread or unit between
all four of these elements? Ahh well, there we've already given you a hint.
Yeah the number 4 part of it. What else?
X. Okay so there's a 4x common to all of these
and we can factor it out to make life oh so much simpler.
We now have an equation that looks like this: 4x times the quantity xy
plus 4y plus 3x plus 12 we have an equation here
a very common form. We can factor this down to the
quantity X plus 4 times the quantity y plus 3.
Here we go. So boom! The answer is B.