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    Factorizing this equ o.O

    (5x-3)(X-6)-(X+4)(6-10x)=
    (5x-3)(X-6)-(X+4)2(3-5X)=
    (5x-3)(X-6)+(X+4)2(5x-3)=

    5x-3 is common

    (5x-3)[(X-6)+(X+4)2]

    am i right up till there? o.O
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    yes...

    But you can continue...


    (5x-3)[(X-6)+(X+4)2]

    (5x-3)(x-6+2x+8)....
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