MathAlgebraic Expressions and identities
posted by Shaija .
Use suitable identity to get product:
1) (x3  3/8) (x3 + 1/4)
2) (p2 + 16) (p2  1/4)
3) (y  7) (y + 12)
Thanks in anticipation.

MathAlgebraic Expressions and identities 
Reiny
I don't understand the instruction, why don't we just go ahead and do the problems
e.g.
#2
(p^2 + 16)(p^2  1/4)
= p^4  (1/4)p^2 + 16p^2  4
= p^4 (63/4)p^2  4 
MathAlgebraic Expressions and identities 
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MathAlgebraic Expressions and identities 
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