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Sir, forgive me I should have provided how the question should be solved. the question says:
(h^2 - h^2) -p(h+h)
Regarding the problem above I think the member omitted the 'negative sign'.
Ebenezerson I think u are posting wrong question
But how can you factor them?
Hi, if you want to simplify 0-p (h+h), it would be ph + ph which is 2ph. Secondly, difference of two squares implies that you need to factor these, not just simplify. To do that, you must use the identity (a^2)-(a^2) equals (a+b)(a-b).
But sir, the book in which I am learning this from has given me a different answer altogether.
0-p(h + h)
You can use latex, that is what I am using. It is all done by a site. Take a look here.
Thank you sir, God bless, but please one more problem from algebra.
x + x = 2x
2x + x^2 = 2x + x^2
Now x^2 - x^2 = 0.
2x + 0 = 2x
Hello sir, please assist me to solve these algebra.