Example15 - 6 is both a difference of squares and a...

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Example 1 Factor  x 3  + 125.  Example 2 Factor 8  x 3  – 27.  Example 3 Factor 2  x 3  + 128  y 3 First find the GCF. GCF = 2  Example 4 Factor  x 6  –  y 6 First, notice that  x 6  –  y
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Unformatted text preview: 6 is both a difference of squares and a difference of cubes. In general, factor a difference of squares before factoring a difference of cubes....
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