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    Factorise 5ct-5c+6-6t

    My Answer= -5c(1-t)6(1-t)
    = (6-5c)(1-t)

    Is it correct?
    Last edited by FailInMaths; February 24th 2011 at 03:14 AM.
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    Not quite. The final answer is right but that middle line should be

    \displaystyle 5ct - 5c + 6 - 6t = -5c(1-t) + 6(1-t).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prove It View Post
    Not quite. The final answer is right but that middle line should be

    \displaystyle 5ct - 5c + 6 - 6t = -5c(1-t) + 6(1-t).
    Thanks for the quick reply

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prove It View Post
    Not quite. The final answer is right but that middle line should be

    \displaystyle 5ct - 5c + 6 - 6t = -5c(1-t) + 6(1-t).
    Thanks for the quick reply

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