Factor each polynomial by removing the common monomial factor.

ax-a

ax-a

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2021-12-07
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Factor each polynomial by removing the common monomial factor.

ax-a

ax-a

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Edward Patten

Answered 2021-12-08
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Step 1

Given: The polynomial ax-a,

To determine: The factorization of the given polynomial.

Step 2

Explanation:

Factorizing the given polynomial,

ax-a

$\Rightarrow a(x-1)$ [Taking a as common factor from both terms]

Answer: ax-a=a(x-1)

Given: The polynomial ax-a,

To determine: The factorization of the given polynomial.

Step 2

Explanation:

Factorizing the given polynomial,

ax-a

Answer: ax-a=a(x-1)

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