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posted by ant .
Factor: 2xy + 6x  4y  12
a)(2x + 4) (y + 3)
b)(2x  4) (y + 3)^2
c)(2x  4) (y  3)
d)(2x  4) (y + 3)

What are the factors of the following trinomial?
16y^2  12y + 2
a) (4y  1) (4y  2)
b) (2y  1) (8y + 2)
c) (16y  1) (y  2)
d) (8y  1) (2y  2)
i think a but i can be wrong 
See http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1275520227 for the first post.
For the second post, the choice is correct.
(4y1)(4y2)
=16y²  4y  2(4y) + (1)(2)
=16y² 12y +2
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