Ok, so we have this on homework and never covered in clas and I dont even know where to begin Says complete the factorization -48x^5y^8 = -6x^3y^4 ( )
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Originally Posted by bashemgud Ok, so we have this on homework and never covered in clas and I dont even know where to begin Says complete the factorization -48x^5y^8 = -6x^3y^4 ( )
Originally Posted by bashemgud Ok, so we have this on homework and never covered in clas and I dont even know where to begin Says complete the factorization -48x^5y^8 = -6x^3y^4 ( ) Can you solve the equation now?
so I just divide it?
I think I am even more confused .
Originally Posted by bashemgud I think I am even more confused . So am I. When asking a question, it helps to use some notation that can be understood, or give some explanation of what you wanted help doing...
Sorry, I am confused why the question has ( ) that are empty.
Originally Posted by bashemgud Sorry, I am confused why the question has ( ) that are empty. ( ... ) is the factor you're supposed to find if I interpret the problem correctly.
Originally Posted by skeeter ( ... ) is the factor you're supposed to find if I interpret the problem correctly. Assuming that is what it means (and it could really mean anything...) What is left over when you take out as a factor?
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