Posted by **kamleen** on Tuesday, August 24, 2010 at 9:20am.

16b^2 - 25z^2 =

A- (4b-5z)^2

B- (4b+5z)^2

C- (4b-5z)(4b + 5z)

D- (16b-25z)^2

E- (5z-4b)(5z+4b)

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