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8-107.

Use factoring and the Zero Product Property to solve each equation.

1.  $(x−4)(2x+1)=0$

What values of $x$ would satisfy this equation? Note that there are two answers.

$\textit{x}=4\text{ or }\textit{x}=-\frac{1}{2}$

1.  $x^2+5x+6=0$

Factor and find the values of $x$ that satisfy this equation.

$x = −3$ or $x = −2$

1.  $x(2x−5)=0$

Look at the hints for parts (a) and (b) if you need assistance.

1.  $x^2+4x=0$

Look at the hints for parts (a) and (b) if you need assistance.