Posted by **Juri** on Monday, August 6, 2007 at 10:49pm.

Factor out 8x^3y^6 + 27

One factor is 2xy^2+3. (The sum of the cube roots of the first and last terms). Use long division to compute

(8x^3y^6 + 27)/(2xy^2 + 3) to get the other factor

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