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  1. mathmate
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    Take out all visible common factors, and then look at what's left.

  2. KE8717504
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    3k^7(k-4) final answer

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    glad i can help you soo much :)

  4. dajakesta
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    factor out 3k^6 you will get 3k^6(k^2-4)=3k^6(k-2)(k+2)

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    Good, just a small typo: should read: 3k^6(k^2-4) What's left is difference of two squares, use (a^2-b^2)=(a+b)(a-b) to complete the factorization.

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