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    how to factor when you have a x^2 and y^2

    How to factor this?

    12x^2 + 6y^2 +17xy

    We have a x^2 and y^2.

    It does not fall under ax^2 + bx + c style where I work by getting product and sum.

    Is there a method to factor this type of question?

    Thanks.
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    Cancel this post - see previous post.

    Inconvenience regretted.

    Thanks.
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