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(x^2n - y^n)(x^2n -Y^n)

  • algebra -

    That looks like the same thing as (x^2n - y^n)^2

    If you multiply it out, you get
    x^4n - 2 x^2n*y^n + y^2n

  • algebra (PS) -

    You should stick with upper or lower case letters (y and Y in your case) and not mix them up. It can lead to confusion. I assumed you meant them both to be the same.

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