hi how do you factor out (x^3-64)
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It's a standard equivalence: or something like that (it's from memory, might not be quite correct, multiply it out to check)
take it away maestro
Since it's the standard form and you forgot (suppose) how to factor that, proceed as follows:
You can also use the polynomial long division but I think this method is much nicer.
I understand how you did everything else but how did you get this
I'm probably just missing something obvious but just can't figure it out.
What about expanding That yields the LHS.
Oops lol I see what you mean. That was a dumb question on my part.
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