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# 6x2+11x+3 factorise: 6x2+11x+3 Factorise: 3x2-14x+8

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Question 1
First of all x is the alphabet x and 2 stands for square of a number
So 6x2 is read as "6 x square"
Answer for Question 1 is: (3x+1)(2x+3)
Answer for Question 2 is : (3x-2) (x-4)
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15 + 11x
14 + -14x
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