### Winni Lee Joo Ning's answer to Batrisyia's Secondary 3 E Maths question.

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Part a and part b is linked.

For part a) factorise by taking out the common p

For part b) you can use results in part a) to arrive at either p or (15p+2) = 0 since when a x b = 0 either a or b must be 0.

You may want to revise on your algebra :-)

For part a) factorise by taking out the common p

For part b) you can use results in part a) to arrive at either p or (15p+2) = 0 since when a x b = 0 either a or b must be 0.

You may want to revise on your algebra :-)

Date Posted:
3 years ago