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Homework Help: Math- Algebra

Posted by Kayleigh on Sunday, January 4, 2009 at 4:46pm.

i'm having troubles with some sums

how would you factorize completely

9a(squared) - b(squared)?

or an expression like

27x(squared) - 1/3y(squared)


its difficult. have many more.

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