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Factorization is the process of writing an expression as a product of its

factors.

Factorization is the reverse process of expansion (multiplication).

In expansion we have to remove brackets, whereas in factorization we have to

insert brackets. 2. ac + bc

3. 14x – 7x2

Example 1: Factorize 3a + 6.

HCF = 3

3a + 6 = 3(a + 2)

4. 3a3 – 6a2 + 9a

Example 2: Factorize 8x + 12x.

2

HCF = 4x

8x2 + 12x = 4x(2x + 3)

HCF = –2x

–2x2 – 4x = –2x(x + 2) 5. 6a3b2 + 5a2b4 – 17a4b

HCF = 5xy

15x2y + 25xy2 – 50x3y3 = 5xy(3x + 5y – 10x2y2)

Date: Exercise: Factorize using the difference of two squares.

We know the expansion of (a + b)(a – b) is a2 – b2. Thus, the

factorization of a2 – b2 is (a + b)(a – b).

a2 – b2 = (a + b)(a –

2. 25y2 – 1

b)

Example 1: Factorize 9 – x2

= 9 – x2

= 3 2 – x2

= (3 + x)(3 – x)

3. m2 – 17

Example 2: Factorize 4x2 – 25

= 4x2 – 25

= (2x)2 – 52

= (2x + 5)(2x – 5)

4. 36b2 – 64c2

= 36 – 49c2

= 62 – (7c)2

= (6 + 7c)(6 – 7c)

Example 4: Factorize x2 – 11

= x2 – 11

5. 3n2 – 75

= x2 – ( √ 11) 2

= (x + √ 11 )(x – √ 11 )

= 2x2 – 18

= 2(x2 – 9) 6. 2b2 – 8

= 2(x + 3)(x – 3)

Date: 3. x2 + 2x + 1

We know the expansion of (x + y)2 is x2 + 2xy + y2. Thus, the

factorization of x2 + 2xy + y2 is (x + y)2.

y)2

x2 – 2xy + y2 is (x –

y)2

Example 1: Factorize x2 + 10x + 25

= x2 + (2)(x)(5) + 52 5. 25y2 – 10y + 1

= (x + 5)2

= x2 – (2)(x)(7) + 72

= (x – 7)2

= (3x)2 – (2)(3x)(1) + 12

= (3x – 1)2

= (3x)2 + (2)(3x)(2) + 22

= (3x + 2)2

7. 16x2 + 24x + 9

1. x2 + 6x + 9

8. 25c2 – 20c + 4

2. x2 – 8x + 16

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