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2m^2(m+4)+5(m+4)

This is a question from pre algebra, factoring by grouping.

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2m2(m+4) + 5(m+4)  - original expression

Hi Summer... I'm not sure what you need as an end result, but here are two possibilities:

2m3 + 8m2 + 5m + 20     - do the multiplications

(m+4) (2m2 + 5)     - pull out the common term, (m+4).   (2M2 + 5) won't factor further.