Q. 134.1( 40 Votes )

Factories:

16(2p – 3q)2 – 4(2p – 3q)

Answer :

16(2p – 3q)2 – 4(2p – 3q)


= (2p – 3q){16(2p – 3q) – 4}


= (2p – 3q){(32p – 48q) – 4}


= (2p – 3q)(32p – 48q – 4)


= 4(2p – 3q)(8p – 12q -1)


So,


We get,


16(2p – 3q)2 – 4(2p – 3q) = 4(2p – 3q)(8p – 12q -1)


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