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 Prove that you cannot factor x squared + 5 2015-05-28 From lily:the question is: prove that you cannot factor x squared + 5Answered by Robert Dawson. Difference of squares 2012-11-19 From Qelibar:Please factorise x^2y^2 - 4Answered by Penny Nom. Factor (6a^2-5a+1)(8a^2-6a+1)(12a^2-7a+1) 2012-11-16 From bailey:Factorise f(a)=(6a^2-5a+1)(8a^2-6a+1)(12a^2-7a+1) thus find [f(a)]^1/2Answered by Penny Nom. Factor 2011-10-30 From Dawn:x^2 -6x+9-4yAnswered by Penny Nom. (3x+4y)^2 - (2x-y)^2 2011-03-16 From Taiwo:pls could some one help me with this question? thanks as lot factorize: (3x+4y)^2 - (2x-y)^2Answered by Penny Nom. Common factors 2007-08-19 From John:I have problem factorising 2p^3 - 34p. Please advise me.Answered by Leeanne Boehm, Steve La Rocque and Penny Nom. Factoring 2004-04-27 From Bipin:FACTORISE: a to the power of 6 + b to the power of 6Answered by Penny Nom.

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