How would I factor out an x^2 with a number in front of it?

2x62-10x-28=0

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oops, thats supposed to be 2x^2. Sorry!
lilylover0878
28 November 2011
Take a factor of 2 out first, 2(x^2 - 5x - 14) = 0. Now just factorise what's inside the big bracket: 2(x - 7)(x + 2)=0
simonwilliams1978
29 November 2011
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