# Algebra

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Factor out the common binomial factor
(5x+y)(x-y)-5x(x-y)

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clearly the common factor is (x-y)

so
(5x+y)(x-y)-5x(x-y)
= (x-y)(5x+y - 5x)
= y(x-y)

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