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Ex 14.2

Ex 14.2, 1 (i)

Ex 14.2, 1 (ii)

Ex 14.2, 1 (iii) Important

Ex 14.2, 1 (iv) Important

Ex 14.2, 1 (v)

Ex 14.2, 1 (vi)

Ex 14.2, 1 (vii) Important

Ex 14.2, 1 (viii)

Ex 14.2, 2 (i)

Ex 14.2, 2 (ii) Important

Ex 14.2, 2 (iii)

Ex 14.2, 2 (iv) Important

Ex 14.2, 2 (v)

Ex 14.2, 2 (vi)

Ex 14.2, 2 (vii) Important

Ex 14.2, 2 (viii) Important

Ex 14.2, 3 (i)

Ex 14.2, 3 (ii) Important

Ex 14.2, 3 (iii)

Ex 14.2, 3 (iv) Important

Ex 14.2, 3 (v) Important

Ex 14.2, 3 (vi)

Ex 14.2, 3 (vii)

Ex 14.2, 3 (viii) Important

Ex 14.2, 3 (ix)

Ex 14.2, 4 (i)

Ex 14.2, 4 (ii) Important

Ex 14.2, 4 (iii)

Ex 14.2, 4 (iv) Important

Ex 14.2, 4 (v) Important

Ex 14.2, 5 (i)

Ex 14.2, 5 (ii) Important

Ex 14.2, 5 (iii) You are here

Last updated at March 16, 2023 by Teachoo

Ex 14.2, 5 Factorise the following expressions. (iii) 𝑝^2 + 6p – 16 𝑝^2 + 6p – 16 By middle term splitting = 𝑝^2 −2𝑝+8𝑝 − 16 = (𝑝^2−2𝑝)+(8𝑝 − 1"6") = p (p − 2) + 8 (p − 2) Taking (p − 2) common = (p − 2) (p + 8) Splitting the middle term We need to find two numbers whose Sum = 6 Product = −16 So, we write 6p = −2p + 8p