Here i have part of a question which im unsure about. Ive been given this: x^2 + 2x(m+1) + (m-3)(m+1) and i have to add the two factors. How should i go about it? Thank u in advance
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Originally Posted by steph_r Here i have part of a question which im unsure about. Ive been given this: x^2 + 2x(m+1) + (m-3)(m+1) and i have to add the two factors. How should i go about it? Thank u in advance Factorise. Is this what you meant?
Originally Posted by janvdl Factorise. Is this what you meant? In the answers it came up with 2m - 2 i.e the coefficient of x ???
Originally Posted by steph_r Here i have part of a question which im unsure about. Ive been given this: x^2 + 2x(m+1) + (m-3)(m+1) and i have to add the two factors. How should i go about it? Thank u in advance But: But: + x(2m - 2) + Is this what you wanted?
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