Factor each polynomial by removing the common monomial factor. ax-a

veksetz 2021-12-07 Answered
Factor each polynomial by removing the common monomial factor.
ax-a
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Edward Patten
Answered 2021-12-08 Author has 38 answers
Step 1
Given: The polynomial ax-a,
To determine: The factorization of the given polynomial.
Step 2
Explanation:
Factorizing the given polynomial,
ax-a
a(x1) [Taking a as common factor from both terms]
Answer: ax-a=a(x-1)
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