Posted by **T** on Wednesday, August 15, 2007 at 8:18pm.

8(a-b)2+14(a-b)-15

Is 8(a-b)2 supposed to mean 8(a-b)^2?

If so, what you have written can be factored into

[2(a-b)+ 5][4(a-b)-3]

= (2a -2b +5)(4a -4b -3)

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