Please can somebody help me? i completely forgot how to do this D: Rewrite the expression by factoring out (y+6) 5y^2(y+6)-7(y+6)

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Please can somebody help me? i completely forgot how to do this D: Rewrite the expression by factoring out (y+6) 5y^2(y+6)-7(y+6)

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\(\bf 5y^2({\color{blue}{ y+6 }} )-7({\color{blue}{ y+6 }} )\implies ({\color{blue}{ y+6 }} )[\square ?-\square ?]\)
i dont understand u.u what is the answer? @jdoe0001
lemme put it this way do you know how to do common facotoring?

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say.. how factor say for example abc + abd = ?
i really dont get, its just it has been a long time since i do this, and now i have to do a math class online but im really struggling with this question :( @jdoe0001
well.. do you know what a "factor" is?
yeah, numbers you multiply to get other numbers right?
well values or objects really numbers just happen to be numeric objects so a variable is also an object so.... common factor is a "factor" that is common to all terms so... what do you think about abc + abd = ? or (a * b * c) + (a * b * d) <--- what's the common factor(s) ?
a and b?
5y^2(y+6)-7(y+6) factor out (y+6) (y+6)(5y^2-7)
nice, thank you so much
welcome @Ricky-valencia

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