# SOLUTION: Can you help me with this? Thanks!!!....Hint: In exercises 29-42, refer to examples 6 and 7........not sure exactly what to do with this... 5x(x-7) + 3(x-7)

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 Question 141355This question is from textbook Beginning Algebra : Can you help me with this? Thanks!!!....Hint: In exercises 29-42, refer to examples 6 and 7........not sure exactly what to do with this... 5x(x-7) + 3(x-7)This question is from textbook Beginning Algebra Answer by nabla(475)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!I don't have that book available to me, but there are two things they could be asking you to do: Group: 5x(x-7) + 3(x-7)=(5x+3)(x-7) or expand: 5x(x-7) + 3(x-7)=5x^2-35x+3x-21=5x^2-32x-21. I am inclined to think that they wanted you to group. If you need anymore help, send me an E-mail via my me page, or to enabla@gmail.com. I am happy to help and give more in-depth answers.