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    Factorise.

    Factorise
    a) 49 - r

    b) 10x - x - 3

    c) 2x - 50


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    What have you tried?
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    ya i tired dint manage to get the answer
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    Quote Originally Posted by zeeeebraaaa View Post
    ya i tired dint manage to get the answer
    You were actually asked WHAT did you try... If you post what you have done, we can show you where you have gone wrong. We aren't going to do your work for you though.
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    You'll be using the difference of two squares for 1 and 3
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