The binomials (x-2) and (2x+3) are the factors of which

Trent Carpenter 2021-08-08 Answered
The binomials (x2) and (2x+3) are the factors of which polynomial?
A. 2x26
B. 2x2x6
C. 2x2+x6
D. 2x2+7x6
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Alara Mccarthy
Answered 2021-08-09 Author has 85 answers
Step 1 NSL We have to find the polynomial which the binomials (x2) and (2x+3) are the factors.
Then,
The polynomial is
Step 2
=(x2)(2x+3)
=2x2+3x4x6
=2x2x6
Hence ,
Polynomial is 2x2x6
Answer = (B)
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