ok, this may seem a tad noobish but i'm in the ninth grade so i need help! Factorise the following: 10p^2+30+p^3+3p This is the answer i came up with: p(10p+p^2+3)+30 is that right or do i need help?
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Originally Posted by Awesome Smiley101 ok, this may seem a tad noobish but i'm in the ninth grade so i need help! Factorise the following: 10p^2+30+p^3+3p This is the answer i came up with: p(10p+p^2+3)+30 is that right or do i need help? Seems alright to me, but it is usually written like You can probably factorise further too!
Originally Posted by Awesome Smiley101 ok, this may seem a tad noobish but i'm in the ninth grade so i need help! Factorise the following: 10p^2+30+p^3+3p This is the answer i came up with: p(10p+p^2+3)+30 is that right or do i need help? This is a factorising by grouping problem. Note that we can factorise each half of the expression . Can you see now there is a common factor of ? .
Originally Posted by Karl Harder Seems alright to me, but it is usually written like You can probably factorise further too! Sorry but this is not a factorised expression.
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