What is the factored form of the expression? k2 – 9h2 A. (k + 3h)(k + 3h) B. h2(k + 3)(k – 3) C. (k + 3h)(k – 3h) D. (k – 3h2)(k + 3)

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What is the factored form of the expression? k2 – 9h2 A. (k + 3h)(k + 3h) B. h2(k + 3)(k – 3) C. (k + 3h)(k – 3h) D. (k – 3h2)(k + 3)

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Nevermind, C
i don't understand how to do it
K*K=K2 +3*-3=-9 H*H=H2
It is C. You have to first recognize the fact that this is a difference in squares pattern. \[a^{2} - b^{2} = (a + b)(a - b)\]
Which becomes k2-9h2
If you want to factor it without the pattern, then find factors of -9 that add up to 0. These factors are -3 and 3. THerefore, (k + 3h)(k – 3h)
In this problem you are dealing with perfect squares, so it was easier just to square root them. However, that only works if all of them are actually perfect squares. If you don't know what a perfect square is, it is a number multiplied by itself.
so what do I plug into the pattern?
a = k b = 3h See how k is squared and 3h is squared as well? k^2 = k^2 3^2h^2 = 9h^2
\[K timesK =K ^{2} 3h\times3h=9h /sqrt{9}=3\]
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ok got it now.
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@myininaya for your information, i answered the question and i explained it.
A. (k + 3h)(k + 3h) I got this correct on my test.

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