Q: What is 2x 48?

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-x2 + 2x + 48 = (-x - 6)(x - 8)

If you mean: x^2+2x-48 then it is (x-6)(x+8) when factored

-x2 + 2x + 48 = (x +6)(8 - x)

2x+18=7x-30 7x-30=2x=18 7x-2x=18+30 5x=48 x=9.6

-x2 + 2x + 48 = (-x - 6)(x - 8)

In order to find the slope, you need to get y by itself.Follow the equation: y = mx + bm = slope-48 = 2x - 8ySubtract 2x from both sides of the equation.-2x - 48 = (2x - 2x) - 8y(I find it easier to have y first in the equation, but either way is fine.)-8y = -2x - 48Divide every number by -8.-8y/-8 = (-2x/-8) + (-48/-8)y = 1/4x + 6y = mx + bm = 1/4

x2 + 2x - 48 = x2 + 8x - 6x - 48 = x(x + 8) - 6(x + 8) = (x - 6)(x + 8)

Let x = 3 2x + 48 = 2(3) + 48 = 6 + 48 = 54

48

-x2 + 2x + 48 = (-x - 6)(x - 8) = -(x + 6)(x - 8)

Suppose the first number is 2x (rather than x, so that you force it to be even), where x is an integer. Then the next (consecutive) even number is 2x+2. So the equation is: 2x * (2x+2) = 48

the answer is 6