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Question 3. Factorize the expression 2abc – 4ab x + 2abd

Question 3. Factorize the expression 2abc – 4ab x + 2abd

Factorization method —

Solution:

To factorize the expression

2abc - 4ab x + 2abd

we see that 2ab is common among all three terms of the expression- taking out 2ab out we get’

2abc - 4ab x + 2abd

=2ab(c - 2 x + d)

So, factorization is complete and we got two factors 2ab and c-2x+d of the expression.


 

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