Q. 2 F4.6( 26 Votes )

Factorise the following expressions

4p2 + 5pq – 6pq2

Answer :

In the given expression


Check the common factors for all terms;


[2 × 2 × p × p + 5 × p × q - 2 × 3 × p × q × q]


p[2 × 2 × p + 5 × q - 2 × 3 × q × q]


p[4p + 5q-6q2]


4p2 + 5pq – 6pq2 = p[4p + 5q-6q2]


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