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16 May, 09:07

Factor the polynomial completely. 12a4b2 - 18a3b2

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  1. 16 May, 09:15
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    6a^3b^2 (2a - 3).

    Step-by-step explanation:

    12a4b2 - 18a3b2

    The GCF is 6a^3b^2 so dividing each term by this we get the second factor, so the answer is:

    6a^3b^2 (2a - 3).
  2. 16 May, 10:08
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    After factoring 12a^4b^2 - 18a^3b^2 the answer is : 6a^3b^2 (2a-3)

    Step-by-step explanation:

    We need to factor the polynomial:

    12a^4b^2 - 18a^3b^2

    Finding the common terms if any in the given polynomial.

    6a^3b^2 is common in both the terms

    Taking 6a^3b^2 common from above polynomial:

    6a^3b^2 (2a-3)

    Since the above term cannot be more factored

    so, After factoring 12a^4b^2 - 18a^3b^2 the answer is : 6a^3b^2 (2a-3)
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