intermediate algebra
posted by ROCKY .
compleletly factor the following expression
9y^216z^2

intermediate algebra 
drwls
It is the difference of two squares.
Use the standard rule
a^2 b^2 = (ab)(a+b)
The answer is
(3y 4z)(3y + 4z)
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