Saturday

January 31, 2015

January 31, 2015

Posted by **Diana** on Tuesday, June 26, 2007 at 11:09pm.

a^2(b-c)-16b^2(b-c)

Help show me how

(b-c) appears in both terms and can be factored out, giving you

(b-c)(a^2-16b^2)

Now note that the second term can also be factored since it is the difference of two perfect squares.

(a^2-16b^2) = (a+4b)(a-4b)

Make that substitution and you will have factored the original expression into three terms.

- mat117 -
**Julia**, Monday, April 14, 2008 at 10:31amFind all numbers for which the rational expression is not defined. 24/-8y

**Answer this Question**

**Related Questions**

mat117/algebra - Rewrite the middle term as the sumof two terms and then factor ...

Algebra II factoring - I need help. i am having trouble factoring trinomials ...

Math - Simplify: [(a^2-16b^2)/(2a-8b)] divided by [4a+16b)/(8a+24b)] Please Help...

Alegbra - Simplify the expression (3y+1)^2 + (2y-4)^2 I would start by expanding...

math,correction - Is this correct or no. I need help in a couple of problems can...

Algebra - I am trying to factor polynomials by grouping the first two terms and ...

Math2[Please Check Again] - Problem: a^2-9 a^2-3a ----- * -------- a^2 a^2+a-12 ...

mat117/algebra - factor each polynomial completely. to begin, state which method...

simplify help - I need help simplifying [(A+1)^(1/3)]-{[(A+1)^(-2/3)]*(A-1)} ...

Math - Factor this a^2b^2 -ab^3+16b^4