Q. 174.6( 9 Votes )

# Factorize:

a^{2}+4b^{2}-4ab-4c^{2}

Answer :

Given,

a^{2} +4b^{2}-4ab-4c^{2} = (a)^{2}+ (2b)^{2} – 2×a×2b-4c^{2}

= (a-2b)^{2} – (2c)^{2}

= (a-2b-2c)(a-2b+2c)

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