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Solve the equation by factoring. (Hint: First factor out a fractional power. Enter your answers as a comma-separated list.)3x5/2− 12x3/2= 15x1/2

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Solve the equation by factoring. (Hint: First factor out a fractional power. Enter your answers as a comma-separated list.)

3x5/2− 12x3/2= 15x1/2

 

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Step 1

Moving all the terms to one side of the equation.

3x2-12x32-15x2 =0
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3x2-12x32-15x2 =0

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Step 2

Taking the common term (3x1/2) out from above equation.

3x 2 (x -4x-5)=0
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3x 2 (x -4x-5)=0

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Step 3

In the bracket splitting the middle term into two parts such that their product is equal to product...

Зr"" (x - 5x+*-5) -0
Зx"? (х(х - 5) + 1(х - 5)) %3D0
3x" (х -5) (х+1) -0
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Зr"" (x - 5x+*-5) -0 Зx"? (х(х - 5) + 1(х - 5)) %3D0 3x" (х -5) (х+1) -0

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