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    Hello people, being a Maths genius that I am, I have come across many problems and have dealt with them easily but one complex question has confused my large mind and I am calling upon you to help me.

    Factorise: 7.5x(squared) - 2.5x(squared)
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    Take out x² as a common factor.
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    (Original post by nuodai)
    Take out x² as a common factor.
    Why did you change your post? What you said initially was right my young Padawan.
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    This has to be a troll. As a five year old would work that one out.
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    Why did you change your post? What you said initially was right my young Padawan.
    It was right but completely unnecessary for this problem; I was making it harder than it needed to be.
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    (Original post by ChemNick)
    This has to be a troll. As a five year old would work that one out.
    It's very complex stuff, if you cannot do it don't worry brother I shall not hold it against you.
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    (Original post by nuodai)
    It was right but completely unnecessary for this problem; I was making it harder than it needed to be.
    How did you write like that before? As in that a2-b2 properly in itallics and stuff?
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    (Original post by MrDoovde)
    How did you write like that before? As in that a2-b2 properly in itallics and stuff?
    Using LaTeX (it's pretty useful on the maths forum).
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    (Original post by nuodai)
    Using LaTeX (it's pretty useful on the maths forum).
    o i c
    Thank you.
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    remove 2.5x^2 out, to give:

    2.5x^2 ( 3 - 1 )
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    (Original post by thegodofgod)
    remove 2.5x^2 out, to give:

    2.5x^2 ( 3 - 1 )
    Genius. Thank you hermano.
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    (Original post by MrDoovde)
    Hello people, being a Maths genius that I am, I have come across many problems and have dealt with them easily but one complex question has confused my large mind and I am calling upon you to help me.

    Factorise: 7.5x(squared) - 2.5x(squared)
    :troll: or someone thinks waaay too much of themselves...
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    He's **** at Maths and wants people to do it for him!
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    (Original post by starofale)
    :troll: or someone thinks waaay too much of themselves...
    This a unversity type question, please do not come in to this thread if you cannot do it. I understand the complexity to of the question may dazzle you. Geniuses can't do everything sadly.
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    (Original post by Danti1988)
    He's **** at Maths and wants people to do it for him!
    What I said above.
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    (Original post by MrDoovde)
    Genius. Thank you hermano.
    no problemo
 
 
 
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