# Factorise:2x+3xy-4x-6y

Question asked by: lazola

Asked on: 13 Sep 2010

2x + 3y - 4x - 6y

= 2x - 4x + 3y - 6y

= 2x(1-2) + 3y(1-2)

= (2x + 3y) (1 - 2)(squared)

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Replied at: 15 Sep 2010

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