My math teacher put up the answers from yesterday's homework, and she put DNF for one of the answers, which I'm assuming means does not factor. But I'm pretty sure I found a way to factor it, here's the trinomial:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

3v^2 - 11v + 10

I factored it and came up with the following:

(3v - 5)(v - 2)

Was my teacher just wrong, or did I make a mistake?

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# Homework Help: Can this trinomial be factored?

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