i have been given this equation to solve as the product of two factors 5x^3 - 10xy^2 I have been struggling with this equation i cant seem to get it right , can some one explains how the hell to do this please? Thanks in advance.
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Originally Posted by Lucy1 i have been given this equation to solve as the product of two factors 5x^3 - 10xy^2 I have been struggling with this equation i cant seem to get it right , can some one explains how the hell to do this please? Thanks in advance. Factors of a number are two things that multiply to give that number. So if we pull out 5x from the above, we get; Where and are both factors of . Does this make sense?
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