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Q: Factor 6a-8ab plus 2a

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2(a + 5)

We have the algebraic expression: 8a2 - 2aIn order to factorize it, we can just simply pull out 2a and we are now left with this: 2a(4a-1)But, why 2a?In the given algebraic expression we have two terms: 8a2 and -2aNow, we have to look for the common factor of 8a2 and -2a.8a2 = 8 x a x a = 2 x 2 x 2 x a x a-2a = -2 x aCommon factor is 2a. (2 is also the common factor but we need greatest common factor which is 2a)4a - 1 can not be further factorized so the final answer is 2a(4a-1).Visit the link provided below to learn more about factoring.

If ba = 2a + b , then find 23 + 32 +1

It is: 2(a-2)

(2a + 1)(4a2 - 2a + 1)

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