Factor completely each polynomial, and indicate any that are not factorable using integers. $4{n}^{2}+25n+36$

gainejavima
2021-12-07
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Factor completely each polynomial, and indicate any that are not factorable using integers. $4{n}^{2}+25n+36$

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Todd Williams

Answered 2021-12-08
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Step 1

We have to factorize the following polynomial:

$4{n}^{2}+25n+36$

Step 2

Then we get,

$4{n}^{2}+25n+36$

$=4{n}^{2}+16n+9n+36$

=4n(n+4)+9(n+4)

=(n+4)(4n+9)

Hence is the required factorization.

We have to factorize the following polynomial:

Step 2

Then we get,

=4n(n+4)+9(n+4)

=(n+4)(4n+9)

Hence is the required factorization.

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