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How would 3x^227y^2 be factored completely?

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bobpursley
isnt it the difference of two squares?
3(x^29y^2)=3(x3y)*(x+3y) 
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Anonymous
Yes but isnt the difference of two squares just one technique to factor polynomials?

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bobpursley
Of course. If one technique works to factor a polynomial, it is factored.
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