anonymous
  • anonymous
need help factor 6c^2-6q^2
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anonymous
  • anonymous
so if you factor out a 6 first, you get 6(c^2-q^2). the quantity is a difference of 2 squares, so you get 6(c-q)(c+q). hope that helps
anonymous
  • anonymous
this is what i have so far 6(c^2-q^2) c^2=c q^2=q
anonymous
  • anonymous
6c^2-6q^2 6(c+q)(c-q)

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anonymous
  • anonymous
which one is it 6(c+q)(c-q) or 6(c-q)(c+q)
anonymous
  • anonymous
its one of d same thng
anonymous
  • anonymous
when i input my answer it has to be one or the other one is correct the other is not
anonymous
  • anonymous
i believe yours is correct c+q is the sum and c-q is the difference
anonymous
  • anonymous
no there must b error bcoz this is right u write (c-q) befor or after it doesnt matter
anonymous
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its in mathlab no errors

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