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m^2-7m-60

Guest Oct 5, 2017
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\(m^2-7m-60\)

First, multiply a by c.

The base forula for an equation like this is ax2+bx+c.

So, a*b=1*-60=-60

Now, find two factors of 60 that add to -7 and multiply to -60.

In this case, it would be 5 and -12.

\((m+5)(m-12)\)

AdamTaurus  Oct 5, 2017

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