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3ac-2bd-6ad+bc=

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  1. ZeHanz
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    Try to factor it two by two: (first group together terms that have some common factor) 3ac-2bd-6ad+bc= (3ac-6ad) +(bc-2bd) = 3a(c-2d)+b(...... Once you've done this, you'll see yet another way to factor!

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    THANKS

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    BTW, there is no special order: you could also begin with: 3ac-2bd-6ad+bc=(3ac+bc)-(2bd+6ad) as long as you have two terms with a common factor!

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    YW!

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    YW what is the YW ?

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  6. ZeHanz
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    You're welcome! ;)

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  7. shendritaliu
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    Ty

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  8. shendritaliu
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    Thank you "TY"

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  9. ZeHanz
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    Oh, now I get it! :p

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  10. shendritaliu
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    I am from Kosovo and speak albania I have problem with English :S

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    I'm from Holland; sometimes I also have trouble understanding what people mean.

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