1. Expand the parenthesis terms. For example, expand the polynomial 2x(2 + 4x) to 4x + 8x^2. 2. Bring the terms over to the lefthand side of the equation and set it to zero. Remember
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The terms with the highest power go first, where two terms are tied a before b before c. x. 3.a. 2. b+ab. 2.ab+c.
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A(x^2 1) + B (x^2  x) + C (x^2 + x) Ax^2  A + Bx^2  Bx + Cx^2 + Cx Now group like terms: (A + B + C)x^2 + (C  B)x  A I hope that helps. me07. :)
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