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chelbell409

  • 5 years ago

factor: 3m^3xy^2+m^2y and plz show me how to get the answer

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  1. suzi20
    • 5 years ago
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    m^2y(3mxy+1)

  2. ezusername
    • 5 years ago
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    clarify the problem. is 3m being raised to the power of "3xy^2+m^2y" or "3xy^2" and then "m^2y" is added?

  3. sstarica
    • 5 years ago
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    First let us write the question down in a more clear way: \[3m^3xy^2 + m^2y\] now take out the common factors which are in this case: \[m^2y(3mxy + 1)\] That's the way to solve such a problem . ^_^

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