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    Just want to check with you guys if this expression can be factorized any further

    a^2-b^2 - 2ac+2bc

    My answer:

    1(a-b)(a+b) -2c(a-b)



    Thanks guys.

    Best regards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Samurai111 View Post
    a^2-b^2 - 2ac+2bc

    My answer:

    1(a-b)(a+b) -2c(a-b)



    Thanks guys.

    Best regards.
    There's a common factor of a - b.

    So (a - b)(a + b) - 2c(a - b) = (a - b)(a + b - 2c)...
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    Hi man, and thanks a lot for the fast response! Knew I was missing something.

    Cheers!
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