How to factor x-d+(x-d)^2 Topic: Math 1 Answer | Add Yours baxthum8 | High School Teacher | (Level 3) Associate Educator Posted on September 19, 2013 at 10:58 PM Factor:`(x-d) + (x-d)^2` Divide out (x - d) Therefore this gives: `(x - d)(1 + (x - d))` or: `(x-d)(1+x-d)` ` ` Factor:`(x-d) + (x-d)^2` Divide out (x - d) Therefore this gives: `(x - d)(1 + (x - d))` or: `(x-d)(1+x-d)` ` ` We’ve answered 288,588 questions. We can answer yours, too. Ask a question

baxthum8 | High School Teacher | (Level 3) Associate Educator Posted on September 19, 2013 at 10:58 PM Factor:`(x-d) + (x-d)^2` Divide out (x - d) Therefore this gives: `(x - d)(1 + (x - d))` or: `(x-d)(1+x-d)` ` ` Factor:`(x-d) + (x-d)^2` Divide out (x - d) Therefore this gives: `(x - d)(1 + (x - d))` or: `(x-d)(1+x-d)` ` `