factorization is not my thing anywayz here are the two questions x^2 +3x(x+3y)+2(x+3y)^2 and 3(2x-y)^2 +2y(2x-y)-5y^2 steps would be nice thank you!

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Originally Posted by xo-sherry factorization is not my thing anywayz here are the two questions x^2 +3x(x+3y)+2(x+3y)^2 and 3(2x-y)^2 +2y(2x-y)-5y^2 steps would be nice thank you! Let . So the first becomes . . For the second, let , so it becomes so we need two numbers that add to become and multiply to become . They are and . So we break up the middle term into . .

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