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# factorise fully

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hi friends,

to factorise perfect squares usually is not a problem for me, as long as all the terms are perfect squares. Please help with this.

$$p^2-9s^2+6pq+9q^2$$

Thank you all for helping I do appreciate.

Feb 12, 2021

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STEP1:Equation at the end of step 1

(((p2)-(9•(s2)))+6pq)+32q2

Equation at the end of step2:

(((p2) - 32s2) + 6pq) + 32q2

STEP3:

Final result :

p2 + 6pq - 9s2 + 9q2

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Fraction Calculator

Prime Factorization Calculator

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Feb 12, 2021
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hi dani0099,

Thank you, will check those out..

juriemagic  Feb 12, 2021
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Rewrite $$p^2-9s^2+6pq+9q^2$$ as $$p^2+6pq+(3q)^2-9s^2$$.   Rewrite the first three terms: $$(p+3q)^2-9s^2$$

This is the difference of two squares, so can be written as $$(p+3q+3s)(p+3q-3s)$$

Feb 12, 2021
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hi Alan,

I understand that thank you very much, my problem is how to deal with the 6pq?

Ok Alan, I understand...the 6pq is derived at when the $$(p+3q)^2$$ is calculated. so you convert the problem to a trinomial basically, and leave the 4th term on its own as a square, so when the trinomial portion is factored, you just add the 4th term and then end up with two terms again which are complete squares as well...then carry on from there to get the final answer...

Thank you very much Alan, I do appreciate..

juriemagic  Feb 12, 2021
edited by juriemagic  Feb 12, 2021
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Thanks Alan,

Hi Jurimagic,

Perhaps you have not looked at what Alan has done with a fresh eye.

This is ultimately a difference of 2 squares factorization.

Incidentally, I know, and expect Alan knows, that you are always grateful for the help we give you.

That is why, if I am on and I see your question, I will always answer quickly.

$$p^2-9s^2+6pq+9q^2\\ =p^2+6pq+9q^2-9s^2\\ =(p^2+6pq+9q^2) - (9s^2)\\ =(p+3q)(p+3q) - (9s^2)\\ =(p+3q)^2 - (9s^2)\\ \text{This is the difference of 2 squares}\\ =(p+3q\;\textcolor{red}{\textbf{-}}\;3s)(p+3q\;\textcolor{red}{\textbf{+}}3s)$$

LaTex Coding:

p^2-9s^2+6pq+9q^2\\
=p^2+6pq+9q^2-9s^2\\
=(p^2+6pq+9q^2) - (9s^2)\\
=(p+3q)(p+3q) - (9s^2)\\
=(p+3q)^2 - (9s^2)\\
\text{This is the difference of 2 squares}\\
=(p+3q\;\textcolor{red}{\textbf{-}}\;3s)(p+3q\;\textcolor{red}{\textbf{+}}3s)

Melody  Feb 12, 2021