factor -81y as far as possible please.

factor -81y as far as possible please.

a^3–a a3–a

How do you determine if a factoring problem will use the difference of two squares? Choose the correct answer below. A. The problem will have two terms. It will be in the form...

I want to know how to factor the equation using the box method/unfoil method thank you

I need help

Nothing

The numbers don't have to be whole numbers, and I'm pretty sure they can be negative as well

a^3–a a3–a

Factor the polynomial completely x^4 - 40^2 + 39

The product of two consecutive odd integers is 1 less than 4 times their sum. Find the two integers. Answer in the form of paired points with the lowest of the two integers first.

Please show step by step how to factor completely.

We have to find factored form then multiply the factors.

I don't know how to solve using factoring

X2-81 12(x-9) and (x-9)2, are both acceptable?

Solve for x by factoring where 0≤x≤2∏ √3 sinx tanx=3 sinx

81x^2+90x+25

x2 +11x +30

9q2-18q+8

20N2 + 47N +24

3x^2-15x^8

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