## xBeEnchantedx 4 years ago how do you solve a^2x^2 - b^2 by diamond factoring?

1. anonymous

(ax-b)(ax+b) not sure what u mean by diamond factoring.. but that's factoring.

2. asnaseer

|dw:1328407679873:dw| the final part leads to:$\frac{ax}{b}\implies ax+b$$\frac{-ax}{b}\implies ax-b$ so factorisation is:$(ax+b)(ax-b)$

3. anonymous

wow! looks like a math teacher trick designed to make sure you cannot solve problems in higher math courses

4. asnaseer

:D