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# What is the gcf of 8x plus 12?

# Factor x2 plus 8x plus 12?

(x + 6)(x + 2)

# What is the answer to x2 plus 8x plus 12 equals?

There is no single value that this equals. There could be any number of answers to it depending on the value of x. If you want to know what x equals when a specific …value is assigned to the equation, you can do this by solving the equation for a 0 value, and then factoring the result. For example, let's say you you want to know the value of x when the equation equals negative four: x2 + 8x + 12 = -4 ∴ x2 + 8x + 16 = 0 ∴ (x + 4)2 = 0 Now you simply plug in the value on the left side of the equation that would give you a result of 0. In this case, it would be negative four, as negative 4 plus 4 equals 0, which is also 0 when squared. ∴ x = -4 Similarly, if you say that the equation comes to a value of 5: x2 + 8x + 12 = 5 ∴ x2 + 8x +7 = 0 ∴ (x + 7)(x + 1) = 0 In this case, there are two possible outcomes: negative 7 and negative 1. That's because either one of those will produce a zero value for this equation. ∴ x = -7 or x = -1 Alternately, what happens if the equation comes to a value of 1? x2 + 8x + 12 = 1 ∴x2 + 8x + 11 = 0 In this case, there is no simple way to solve it by factoring, so instead you can plug it into the quadratic formula, x = [-b +/- √(b2 - 4ac)] / 2a ∴ x = [-8 +/- √(82 - 4×1×11)] / (2×1) ∴ x = [-8 +/- √(64 - 44)] / 2 ∴ x = (-8 +/- √20) / 2 ∴ x = -4+√20, or -4-√20 ∴ x ≈ 0.47214, or x ≈ -8.42714 As shown, there can be any number of correct answers to this, as there is no specified value for x. Once a value is specified, then it will always have at most two answers, and at least one.

# What is the GCF of 8x?

You need at least two terms to find a GCF.

# Factor the trinomial x2 plus 8x plus 12?

(x + 6)(x + 2)

# What is the vertex of -2x2 plus 8x-12?

Complete the square to find the transformation. -2(x-2)^2-4 the y value is -4. so the vertex is at (2,-4) OR Use the vertex formula: -b/2a a=-2 b=8 x=-8/(2)-2 x=2 Run 2… through the original equation: y=-(2)^2+8(2)-12 y=4

# How do you factorise 8x plus 12?

4(2x + 3)

# How do you factorise 8x² plus 12?

the factor that can be divided perfectly into 8 and 12 is 4 4(2x2+3) then you have factorised

# What is -8x plus 12-12 16?

Unfortunately, limitations of the browser used by WA means that we cannot see most symbols. It is therefore impossible to give a proper answer to your question. Please resubmi…t your question spelling out the symbols with "plus", "minus", "equals". There is no visible symbol between the second 12 and the 16.

# What is the answer for 8x plus 4 equals 4x plus 12?

The value of x is 2

# Can you show how you do this x2 plus 8x plus 12?

Since I know I need x2 and everything is positive and added, I start like this: (x + )(x + ) Then I look for two numbers that will add to 8 and multiply to 12. (x + 6)(x… + 2)

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# How do you factor this problem x2 plus 8x plus 12?

Since I know I need x2 and everything is positive and added, I start like this: (x + )(x + ) Then I look for two numbers that will add to 8 and multiply to 12. (x + 6)(x… + 2)

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The GCF of 8x and 16 is 8.

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# What is the GCF of 3y2 plus 12?

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