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Which expression represents the factored form of 6x^2 - 13x - 5? a) (2x + 5) (3x - 1) b) (2x- 5) (3x + 1) c) (6x-5) (x + 1) d) 6x + 1) (x - 5)

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Jayda

to FL and add multiply first terms and multiply last terms and add and see if we get the middle term example (x+2)(2x-3)=2x^2+x-6x 2*2x+x*-3=4x-3x=x=middle term so a. (2x+5)(3x-1) 2x*-1+5*3x=-2x+15x=13x, no we want -13x b. (2x-5)(3x+1) 2x*1+-5*3x=2x-15x=-13x correct answer is B

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