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Maths Algebra


Consider the following equation:
 
4x^2/y-2x^3y
Which of the following are the same function:

Factorise the following quadratic equation:
~2x^2-7x+6~

For the following function:
~2x^3-3x^2-3x+4~. Given you are told one of the roots to this equation is ~x=-1~, find the other two roots.

Consider the following equation:
~x^3+4x^2-9x-36~. Which of the following are roots to this equation?
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