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  1. campbell_st
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    I agree with you, in that you have fully factored the expression the only thing I can think of is perhaps indentifying (x^2 + 4) as the GCF

  2. campbell_st
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    I think you did B...

  3. campbell_st
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    well I'd expect you need to write it as (x^2 + 4)(3xy - 9y) does that make sense... or perhaps just your 1st line where you removed 3y

  4. campbell_st
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    no i think thats part b pa\\part a is (x^2 +4)(3x - 9y)

  5. anonymous
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    i think she was right we did thid problem yesterday in class

  6. anonymous
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    @babylove2015 @DullJackel09

  7. anonymous
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    yea

  8. anonymous
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    @BioHazard9064

  9. campbell_st
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    Well for part a I still think the GCF is (x^2 + 4)

  10. campbell_st
    • one year ago
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    then the remaining unfactored part is (3xy - 9y) so use the first few lines of your solution

  11. anonymous
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    @campbell_st

  12. anonymous
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    HI

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