Q. 334.8( 9 Votes )

Factorize:

6p2 + 11p – 10

Answer :

Given,


6p2 + 11p – 10


Now first find the numbers whose-


Sum = 11 and


Product = - 10 × 6 = - 60


Required numbers are 15 and 4,


So we get;


= 6p2 + 15p – 4p – 10


= 3p(2p + 5) – 2(2p + 5)


= (2p + 5)(3p – 2)


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