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Subtract: 3a (A + B + C) − 2b (A − B + C) from 4c (− A + B + C) - Mathematics

Subtract: 3a (a + b + c) − 2b (a − b + c) from 4c (− a + b + c)

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Solution

3a (a + b + c) − 2b (a − b + c) = 3a2 +3ab + 3ac − 2ba + 2b2 − 2bc

= 3a2 + 2b+ ab + 3ac − 2bc

4c (− a + b + c) = − 4ac + 4bc + 4c2

Subtracting these expressions, we obtain

Therefore, the result is −3a2 −2b2 + 4c2 − ab + 6bc − 7ac.

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NCERT Class 8 Maths Textbook
Chapter 9 Algebraic Expressions and Identities
Exercise 9.3 | Q 5.4 | Page 146
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