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anonymous
 one year ago
(mn)^2(2m+3n)^2
Factor  the answer is (m+4n)(3m+2n)
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anonymous
 one year ago
(mn)^2(2m+3n)^2 Factor  the answer is (m+4n)(3m+2n) Don't know how to get there?

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campbell_st
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1well look at it this way (m  n)^2 = m^2  2mn + n^2  (2m+3n)^2 = 4m^2 + 12mn + 9n^2 do the subtraction  3m^2 14mn  8n^2 factor out the negative (3m^2 + 14mn + 8m^2) now factor there quadratic... start with 3m^2 3 is prime so use 3m and m all terms are positive so then so it becomes (3m + ?? n)(m + ? n) so you just need the factors of 8 so the middle term becomes 14mn
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