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how do you factor this?
a4b + a5b + 3

  • algebra2 -

    a4b(a+ab+3)

  • algebra -

    a4b + a5b + 3

    What factors do all expressions have in common?

    Answer, none

    This cannot be factored.

    All you could do is,
    a4b + a5b + 3
    ab (4 + 5) + 3

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