algebra

64y^3-125

9y^4+42y^3+49y^2

I need help I cannot get the right answer. factor complete, or state that the polynomial is prime.

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  1. are they 2 different problems?

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    posted by sara
  2. Yes they are two different problem.
    factor complete, or state that the polynomial is prime.

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