(2x+3)(x - 1)
Since there is no common number to factor by we must approach this problem differently:
Multiply leading coefficient (2) by the constant term (-3)
2 x -3 = -6
Find two numbers that multiply to -6 but add to the middle coefficient (1).
You should find these numbers to be 3 and -2
Replace 1x in the equation with your found numbers
2x^2 - 2x + 3x - 3
Take out the greatest common factor from the first two numbers, and the last two numbers.
For 2x^2 - 2x the greatest common factor would be 2x
For 3x - 3 the greatest common factor would be 3.
Factor out the found common factors
2x(x-1) + 3(x-1)
The values inside the bracket should be the same.
Factor out (x-1)
(x - 1)(2x + 3)
Therefore the factored form is (2x + 3)(x - 1)
spinning a 1, 2, or 3. option d.
step-by-step explanation: when spinning a number graph up to 4, and aiming for any number less than 3, that automatically eliminates the number 4. now you have two numbers to spin on that are less than 3, but the number 3 is included in this question because it's no greater of an number than itself. i hope this you : )