# If p(x)=1+15x and q(x)=5x +9x then find 9p(x)+25q(x) and hence factorize

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Asked on: 29 May 2009

The key is to substitute in the information from the first part of the question into the equation in the end of the question, then solve accordingly from that. Best to do it yourself to learn the most!

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