Q. 2 C4.6( 21 Votes )

Factorise:

3xy – 6zy – 3xt + 6zt

Answer :

= 3y(x–2z)–3t(x–2z)

= (3y–3t)(x–2z)


= 3(y–t)(x–2z)


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