Can be factorized unlike ?
I think it can not be but there is a battle going on with me and my friend about this one.. So i just want to check it.
If we were dealing with , and so on (the odd exponents), it can be factored.
Since we are dealing with or , it won't factor.
On the other hand, it is interesting to note that , and others can be factored, whereas , , , etc. cannot be factored....
In general, can only be factored when
--Chris