Factor the polynomial. 15x3y5−25x4y2+10x6y4

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2021-12-15

Factor the polynomial. 15x3y525x4y2+10x6y4

Answer & Explanation

Nadine Salcido

Nadine Salcido

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2021-12-16Added 34 answers

Given
The polynomial is
(15×3)y5(25×4)y2+(10×6)y4
Simplify
The polynomial is
(15×3)y5(25×4)y2+(10×6)y4
=45y5+60y4100y2
=y2(45y3+60y2100)
(15×3)y5(25×4)y2+(10×6)y4=y2(15y2(3y+4)100)
Maria Lopez

Maria Lopez

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2021-12-17Added 32 answers

As the co-efficient of the given polynomials are integers, therefore factoring out
The gcf 5x3y2, we can write,
15x3y525x4y2+10x6y4=5x3y2(3y35x+2x3y2)
Hence, the required factor is 5x3y2(3y35x+2x3y2)

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