# algebra 2

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this binomial can be factored as the product of a binomial and trinomial. Enter the binomial factor.

64y^15 + 125

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(4y^5)^3 + 5^3
= (4y^5 + 5)(16y^10 - 20y^5 + 25)

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4y^5+5

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