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What is the complete factored form of the following polynomial?

40u^2v + 50uv^2

a) 10u(4uv + 10v^2)
b) 5u(8uv + 10v^2)
c) 10uv(4u + 5v)
d) 5v(8u^2 +10uv)

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  1. C. What both of those have in common is a 10uv, which can be taken out and what's left is the 4u+5v.

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  2. Thank you Jen :)

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