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## Nathan is attempting to factor the expression x2+13x+12. He writes out the following factor pairs of 12 and concludes that the expression is

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Nathan is attempting to factor the expression x2+13x+12. He writes out the following factor pairs of 12 and concludes that the expression is not factorable. Is he correct? Explain.

2 and 6

3 and 4

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2021-08-08T08:47:39+00:00
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Answer:Nathan is incorrect. He forgot to include the factor pair 1 and 12. If he had done this, he would have found that the expression is factorable.

Step-by-step explanation:Nathan missed an important step in solving