algebra
posted by sheba .
factor completely. Remember to look first for a common factor. if the polynomial is prime, state this.
4t^2+64

I see a common factor of 4 and a hint of a difference of squares. But I would like the expression to start with a +
= 4(t^2  16) , aahhh!
= 4(t+4)(t4)
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