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posted by Justwannapass .
Factoring a quadratic polynomial in two variables
3x^2+17xy+20y^2

I know if I multiply 5x4 I get 20, and that 3x4 + 5 is 17.

(x + 4y)(_x + 5y)
Fill the blank with the only number that works.
Note the _x^2 must equal 3x^2, and (as BobPurley has stated) 5 + 4*3 = 17
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