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In $27-39,$ factor each polynomial completely.$$x^{2} y-16 y$$

$y(x-4)(x+4)$

Algebra

Chapter 1

THE INTEGERS

Section 6

Factoring Polynomials

The Integers

Equations and Inequalities

Polynomials

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and discretion gonna factor this. Paul knew completely. So we have X squared Y minus 16 1 So what? Something like this, I always get a little thrown off by seeing an ex and why that's pretty normal. But let's kind of just break this down, do it the way that we would when we first started instead of just intuitively kind of looking at it and see first, is there anything that we can take out from both of these terms? And there? Is that why, you know, it's kind of weird to look at having both. That's why you can't just take that line out. That kind of simplifies it a lot. So we have Wyatt Times X squared minus 16. You know that expert minus 16 isn't gonna be talking about Locke in these past few videos? Is that when you have some terms squared minus Elektrim squared? You can't just write it as we'll show you why Times take the score to the first term X squared the second terms force we have except minus four and X plus four. So I don't really say why this works, but if you just kind of look at it. You get X squared plus four X minus four X that, uh, exit the first power turmoil. Cancel just what you want and you will get that minus your perfect square to this case is 16. So that is how you factor this point on you.

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