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# Warm-Up Exercises

## Find the product

1. (4y 3) (3y + 8)
2. (5m + 6) (5m 6)
12y
2
+ 23y 24
2
36
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3. (4q 5)
2
16q
2
40q + 25
4. Solve x
2
x 30 = 0.
Find the product
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5. The side of a square is (2n 3) inches lon. Find
its area.
2
12n + 9) in.
2
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Factor ax
2
+ bx + c where c > 0
Factor 5x
2
17x + 6.
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(ou )ant 5x
2
17x + 6 = (kx + m) (lx + n) )here k and l are
factors of 5 and m and n are factors of 6. (ou can
assume that k and l are positive and k l. *ecause
mn > 0, m and n have the same sin. So+ m and n
must ,oth ,e neative ,ecause the coefficient of x+
17+ is neative.
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Factor ax
2
+ bx + c where c > 0
The correct factori-ation is 5x
2
17x + 6 = (5x 2) (x 3).
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Factor ax
2
+ bx + c where c < 0
Factor 3x
2
+ 20x 7.
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(ou )ant 3x
2
+ 20x 7 = (kx + m) (lx + n) )here k and l are
factors of 3 and m and n are factors of 7. *ecause
mn < 0, m and n have opposite sins.
The correct factori-ation is 3x
2
+ 20x 7 = (3x 1) (x + 7).
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for Examples 1 and 2
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Factor the expression. 'f the expression cannot ,e
factored+ sa2 so.
1. 7x
2
20x 3
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(ou )ant 7x
2
20x 3 = (kx + m) (lx + n) )here k and l are
factors of 7 and m and n are factors of 3. (ou can
assume that k and l are positive and k l. *ecause
mn < 0, m and n have opposite sins.
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for Examples 1 and 2
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k, l 7, 1 7, 1 7, 1 7, 1
m, n 3, 1 1, 3 3, 1 1, 3
(kx + m) (lx + n) (7x + 3)
(x
1)
(7x 1)
(x + 3)
(7x 3)
(x + 1)
(7x + 1)
(x 3)
ax
2
+ bx + c 7x
2
4x
3
7x
2
+ 20x
3
7x
2
+ 4x
3
7x
2
20x
3
The correct factori-ation is 7x
2
20x 3= (7x + 1) (x 3).
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for Examples 1 and 2
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2. 5z
2
+ 16z + 3
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(ou )ant 5z
2
+ 16z + 3 = (kx + m) (lx + n) )here k and l are
factors of 5 and m and n are factors of 3. (ou can
assume that k and l are positive and k l. *ecause mn
> 0, m and n have the same sin.
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for Examples 1 and 2
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The correct factori-ation is 5z
2
+ 16z + 3 = (5z + 1) (z + 3).
k, l 5, 1 5, 1 5, 1 5, 1
m, n 3, 1 1, 3 3, 1 1, 3
(kx + m) (lx + n) (5z 3)
(z
1)
(5z 1)
(z 3)
(5z + 3)
(z + 1)
(5z + 3)
(z + 3)
ax
2
+ bx + c 5z
2
8x +
3
5z
2
16x
+ 3
5z
2
+ 8z
3
5z
2
+ 16z
+ 3
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for Examples 1 and 2
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3. 2w
2
+ w + 3
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(ou )ant 2w
2
+ w + 3 = (kx + m) (lx + n) )here k and l are
factors of 2 and m and n are factors of 3. *ecause
mn > 0, m and n have the same sin.
k, l 2, 1 2, 1 2, 1 2, 1
m, n 3, 1 1, 3 3, 1 1, 3
(kx + m) (lx + n) (2w + 3)
(w +
1)
(2w + 1)
(w + 3)
(2w 3)
(w 1)
(2w 1)
(w 3)
ax
2
+ bx + c 2w
2
+ 5w
+ 3
2w
2
+ 7w
+ 3
2w
2
5w
+ 3
2w
2

7w +3
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for Examples 1 and 2
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2w
2
+ w + 3 cannot ,e factored
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for Examples 1 and 2
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4. 3x
2
+ 5x 12
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(ou )ant 3x
2
+ 5x 12 = (kx + m) (lx + n) )here k and l are
factors of 3 and m and n are factors of 12 . *ecause
mn < 0, m and n have opposite sin.
k, l 3, 1 3, 1 3, 1 3, 1
m, n 12, 1 1, 12 3, 4 4, 3
(kx + m) (lx + n) (3x + 12)
(x
1)
(3x 1)
(x + 12)
(3x 3)
(x + 4)
(3x 4)
(x + 3)
ax
2
+ bx + c 3x
2
+ 9x
12
3x
2
+ 35x
12
3x
2
+ 9x
12
3x
2
+ 5x
12
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for Examples 1 and 2
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The correct factori-ation is 3x
2
+ 5x 12 = (3x 4) (x + 3).
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for Examples 1 and 2
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5. 4u
2
+ 12u + 5
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(ou )ant 4u
2
+ 12u + 5 = (kx + m) (lx + n) )here k and l
are factors of 4 and m and n are factors of 5. (ou can
assume that k and l are positive and k l.
*ecause mn > 0, m and n have the same sin.
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for Examples 1 and 2
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k, l 2, 2 2, 2 2, 2 2, 2
m, n 5, 1 1, 5 1, 5 5, 1
(kx + m) (lx + n) (2u 5)
(2u
1)
(2u 1)
(2u 5)
(2u + 1)
(2u + 5)
(2u + 5)
(2u + 1)
ax
2
+ bx + c 4u
2
12u
+5
4u
2
12u +
5
4u
2
+
12u + 5
4u
2
+ 12u
+ 5
The correct factori-ation is 4u
2
+ 12u + 5 = (2u + 1) (2u + 5).
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for Examples 1 and 2
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6. 4x
2
9x + 2
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(ou )ant 4x
2
9x + 2 = (kx + m) (lx + n) )here k and l are
factors of 4 and m and n are factors of 2. (ou can
assume that k and l are positive and k l.
*ecause mn > 0, m and n have the same sin. So+ m and
n must ,oth ,e neative ,ecause the coefficient of
x = 9+ is neative.
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for Examples 1 and 2
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k, l 4, 1 4, 1
m, n 1, 2 2, 1
(kx + m) (lx + n) (4x 1)(x
2)
(4x 2)
(x 1 )
ax
2
+ bx + c 4x
2
9x + 2 4x
2
6x + 2
The correct factori-ation is 4x
2
9x + 2 = (4x 1) (x - 2).
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Factor wth specal patterns
Factor the expression.
a. 9x
2
64
= (3x + 8) (3x 8)
0ifference of t)o
squares
!. 4y
2
+ 20y + 25
= (2y + 5)
2
#erfect square
trinomial
c. 36w
2
12w + 1
= (6w 1)
2
#erfect square
trinomial
= (3x)
2
8
2
= (2y)
2
+ 2(2y) (5) + 5
2
= (6w)
2
2(6w) (1) + (1)
2
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for Example 3
Factor the expression.
". 16x
2
1
= (4x + 1) (4x 1)
0ifference of t)o
squares
#. 9y
2
+ 12y + 4
= (3y + 2)
2
#erfect square
trinomial
\$. 4r
2
28r + 49
= (2r 7)
2
#erfect square
trinomial
10. 25s
2
80s + 64
= (5s 8)
2
#erfect square
trinomial
= (4x)
2
1
2
= (3y)
2
+ 2(3y) (2) + (2)
2
= (2r)
2
2(2r) (7) + (7)
2
= (5s)
2
2(5s) (8) + (8)
2
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for Example 3
11. 49z
2
+ 4z + 9
= (7z + 3)
2
#erfect square
trinomial
12. 36n
2
9 = (3y)
2
= (6n 3) (6n +3)
0ifference of t)o
squares
= (7z)
2
+ 2(7z)(3) + (3)
2
= (6n)
2
(3)
2
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Factor o%t monomals frst
Factor the expression.
a. 5x
2
45
= 5(x + 3) (x 3)
!. 6q
2
14q + 8
= 2(3q 4) (q 1)
c. 5z
2
+ 20z
d. 12p
2
21p + 3
= 5(x
2
9)
= 2(3q
2
7q + 4)
= 5z(z 4)
= 3(4p
2
7p + 1)
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for Example 4
Factor the expression.
13. 3s
2
24
14. 8t
2
+ 38t 10
= 2(4t 1) (t + 5)
= 3(s
2
8)
= 2(4t
2
+ 19t 5)
15. 6x
2
+ 24x + 15 = 3(2x
2
+ 8x + 5)
16. 12x
2
28x 24
= 4(3x + 2) (x 3)
= 4(3x
2
7x 6)
1". 16n
2
+ 12n = 4n(4n 3)
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for Example 4
1#. 6z
2
+ 33z + 36
= 3(2z + 3) (z + 4)
= 3(2z
2
+ 11z + 2)
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Solve )a* 3x
2
+ 10x 8 = 0 and )!* 5p
2
16p + 15 = 4p 5.
a. 3x
2
+ 10x 8 = 0
(3x 2) (x + 4) = 0
3x 2 = 0 or x + 4 = 0
Write oriinal equation.
Factor.
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Solve for x. or x = 4 x =
2
3
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)!* 5p
2
16p + 15 = 4p 5.
!. 5p
2
16p + 15 = 4p 5. Write oriinal equation.
5p
2
20p + 20 = 0
p
2
4p + 4 = 0
(p 2)
2
= 0
p 2 = 0
p = 2
Write in standard form.
0ivide each side ,2 5.
Factor.
6ero product propert2
Solve for p.
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+se a (%adratc e(%aton as a model
8uilts
quilt that is 5 feet ,2 4 feet.
(ou )ant to use the
remainin 10 square feet of
,order of uniform )idth to the
quilt. What should the )idth
of the quilt9s ,order ,e:
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+se a (%adratc e(%aton as a model
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Write a ver,al model. Then )rite an equation.
10 = 20 + 18x + 4x
2
20
0 = 4x
2
+ 18x 10
0 = 2x
2
+ 9x 5
0 = (2x 1) (x + 5)
2x 1 = 0 or x + 5 = 0
"ultipl2 usin F&'\$.
Write in standard form
0ivide each side ,2 2.
Factor.
6ero product propert2
1
2
x
=
or x = 5 Solve for x.
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+se a (%adratc e(%aton as a model
Re;ect the neative value+ 5. The ,order9s )idth
should ,e ft, or 6 in.
1
2
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&ol'e a m%lt,step pro!lem
"aa-ines
A monthl2 teen maa-ine has
28,000 su,scri,ers )hen it
chares \$10 per annual
su,scription. For each \$1 increase
in price+ the maa-ine loses a,out
2000 su,scri,ers. =o) much
should the maa-ine chare to
maximi-e annual revenue : What
is the maximum annual revenue :
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&ol'e a m%lt,step pro!lem
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STE# % 0efine the varia,les. \$et x represent the price
increase and R)x* represent the annual
revenue.
STE# .
Write a ver,al model. Then )rite and simplif2
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&ol'e a m%lt,step pro!lem
R(x)
R(x)
= ( 2000x + 28,000) (x + 10)
= 2000(x 14) (x + 10)
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&ol'e a m%lt,step pro!lem
STE# 3 'dentif2 the -eros and find their averae. Find
ho) much each su,scription should cost to
maximi-e annual revenue.
The -eros of the revenue function are 14 and
10. The averae of the -eroes is

14 + ( 1 0)
2
- 2.
To maximi-e revenue+ each su,scription
should cost \$10 + \$2 = \$12.
STE# 4
Find the maximum annual revenue.
R(2) = \$288,000 = 2000(2 14) (2 + 10)
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&ol'e a m%lt,step pro!lem
The maa-ine should chare \$12 per su,scription to
maximi-e annual revenue. The maximum annual
revenue is \$288,000.
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Solve the equation.
1\$. 6x
2
3x 63 = 0
6x
2
3x 63 = 0
2x
2
x 21 = 0
2x 7 = 0 or x + 3 = 0
Write oriinal equation.
0ivide each side ,2 3.
6ero product propert2
Solve for x.
(2x 7) (x + 3) = 0
Factor.
or x = 3
x =
7
2
= 3
1
2
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20. 12x
2
+ 7x + 2 = x +8
12x
2
+ 7x + 2 = x +8
12x
2
+ 6x 6 = 0
2x + 2 = 0 or 2x 1 = 0
Write oriinal equation.
Write in standard form
6ero product propert2
Solve for x.
4x
2
+ 2x 2 = 0
0ivide each side ,2 3
(2x + 2) (2x 1) = 0
Factor.
or x =
1
2
x = 1
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21. 7x
2
+ 70x + 175 = 0
7x
2
+ 70x + 175= 0
7x
2
+ 70x + 175 = 0
x + 5 = 0 or x 5= 0
Write oriinal equation.
Write in standard form
6ero product propert2
Solve for x.
x
2
+ 10x + 25 = 0
0ivide each side ,2 7
(x + 5) (x 5) = 0
Factor.
or x = 5 x = 5
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22. What 'f : 'n Example 7+ suppose the maa-ine
initiall2 chares \$11 per annual su,scription.
=o) much should the maa-ine chare to
maximi-e annual revenue : What is the
maximum annual revenue :
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STE# %
STE# .
Write a ver,al model. Then )rite and simplif2
0efine the varia,les. \$et x represent the price
increase and R)x* represent the annual
revenue.
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Annual Revenue

Annual Revenue

Su,scription
price
=
R(x)
= (28,000 2000x)
(11 + x)
R(x)
= ( 2000x + 28000) (x + 11)
R(x)
= 2000 (x 14) (x + 11)
STE# 3 'dentif2 the -eros and find their averae. Find
ho) much each su,scription should cost to
maximi-e annual revenue.
The -eros of the revenue function are 14 and
11. The averae of the -eroes is

14 + ( 11)
2
3
2.
=
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To maximi-e revenue+ each su,scription should cost
\$11 + = \$12.50.
STE# 4
Find the maximum annual revenue.
3
2.
= \$312,500 R( )
3
2.
= 2000(2 14) ( + 11)
3
2.
The maa-ine should chare \$12.50 per su,scription
to maximi-e annual revenue. The maximum annual
revenue is \$312,500.
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Factor the expression.
1. 8r
2
+ 6r 5
2. 3p
2
7p + 4
3. 5z
2
80
4. 9m
2
+ 30mn + 25n
2

1) (4r + 5)
(p

1) (3p 4)
5(z

+ 4) (z 4)
(3m

+ 5n)
2
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5. Solve 5x
2
+ x 4 = 0.
6. A mat of uniform )idth and area 115 square inches
surrounds an 8-inch 10-inch photoraph. What is
the )idth of the mat: