Posted by **Mark** on Friday, September 28, 2012 at 6:55pm.

(a) Which of the following are examples of the expression "difference of two cubes"? (Select all that apply.)

(y2 - 9)3

3 - 4y

64 - y3

(y - 1)3

y3 - 27

27 - 3y

y3

(b) Which of the following are examples of the expression "cube of a difference"? (Select all that apply.)

27 - 3y

(y - 1)3

(y2 - 9)3

y3

y3 - 27

64 - y3

3 - 4y

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