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Solve this algebraic question for me: (x y)(a b) - (y z)(a b)

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    ayazbugtiposted 7 years ago

    Solve this algebraic question for me: (x y)(a b) - (y z)(a b)

  2. MickS profile image72
    MickSposted 7 years ago

    do your own homework, if you don't understand the maths, go to the library and get a book.

  3. t.elia profile image74
    t.eliaposted 7 years ago

    (x y) (a b)  -  (y z) (a b)

    Take (a b) as common, your equation now is;

    (a b) (x y - y z)

    Now take  "y"  as common, your left with;

    (a b)  ( y )  ( x - z )   Answer

    If you were given the equation below to solve;

    Its only a matter of reverse operation e.g.

            a b ( x y - y z )

    =   (a b)   x   (x y)  -  (a b)  x  (y z)

    =     (a b)     (x y)   -  (a b)    (y z)   Answer

    Hope this helps good luck!

  4. dabeaner profile image57
    dabeanerposted 7 years ago

    Where is the equals (smile sign? Are the operators in the parenthetical expressions multiplication signs?  It is probably simple, but I am not even going to think about a poorly worded question.

    And, as MickS said, open up a textbook, read, and do your homework.

    Otherwise, just apply to be a janitor somewhere.

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    MarshellaSmithposted 7 years ago

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