Q: What is 8m squared -2 factorised?

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64 square meters The formula for the area of a square is length squared, and 8m squared is 64m2

m2 - 8m + 16 = 0 (m - 4)2 = 0 so m = 4

6a2b2c2d2 + 2abcd2 can be factorised to 2abcd2*(3abc + 1)

x2 - 41 cannot be factorised.

5/6m-5/2-7/8m+2

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64 square meters The formula for the area of a square is length squared, and 8m squared is 64m2

m2 - 8m + 16 = 0 (m - 4)2 = 0 so m = 4

6a2b2c2d2 + 2abcd2 can be factorised to 2abcd2*(3abc + 1)

x^2-x+1 cannot be factorised

(8m - 3n)^2 I assume you mean 'squared' , when you write 'square 2'. Because means raising to the power of '2'. Whereas 'cubing' means raising to the power of '3'. To answer (8m - 3n)(8m - 3n( = 64m^2 - 24mn - 24 mn + 9n^2 = 64m^2 - 48 mn + 9n^2 Done!!!!

x2 - 41 cannot be factorised.

8m by 6m2 = 48m3

z = 2 Factorised as (z - 2)(z - 2) = 0

(5x-9)(2x-1) when factored

m2 + 8m - 65 = (m + 13) (m - 5)