Resolve quadratic trinomials into factors: 3 + 23y – 8y2

Asked by Sakshi | 1 year ago |  79

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##### Solution :-

We have,

3 + 23y – 8y2

– 8y2 + 23y + 3

8y2 – 23y – 3

The coefficient of y2 is 8

The coefficient of y is -23

Constant term is -3

So, we express the middle term -23y as -24y + y

8y2 – 23y – 3 = 8y2 – 24y + y – 3

= 8y (y – 3) + 1 (y – 3)

= (8y + 1) (y – 3)

Answered by Aaryan | 1 year ago

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