factorizing this: correct?
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I don't think so. Pull out an x immediately. . Now write 64 as a cube. . Now you can plug this into a difference of cubes formula. When you expand the answer you have back out, it doesn't give the original expression.
Originally Posted by Jameson I don't think so. Pull out an x immediately. . Now write 64 as a cube. . Now you can plug this into a difference of cubes formula. When you expand the answer you have back out, it doesn't give the original expression. ahhh yeah so ?
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