anybody know how to factorise this equasion? k2L2-mnL-k2L+mn k2and L2 shold read K and L squared but dont know how to write this on the computer
Follow Math Help Forum on Facebook and Google+
Originally Posted by bart 1000 anybody know how to factorise this equasion? k2L2-mnL-k2L+mn begin by grouping terms that have things in common factor out the like terms by groups factor out -1 from (1 - L) now what? k2and L2 shold read K and L squared but dont know how to write this on the computer you could type k^2 and L^2 respectively
thanks for help
Originally Posted by bart 1000 thanks for help i hope you know i wasn't finished... i left it to you to do the last step
think its (K^2L-mn)(L-L)?
Originally Posted by bart 1000 think its (K^2L-mn)(L-L)? i suppose you meant (K^2L - mn)(L - 1) that is the answer
Cheers
View Tag Cloud