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Factor completely.
36a^3b^2+66a^2b^3-210ab^4

Is this correct?
6ab^2(6a^2+11ab-35b^2)

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  1. Yes, it is correct as far as it goes. But
    (6a^2+11ab-35b^2)
    is also factorable into
    (3a - _b)(2a + _b). See if you can figure out the missing numbers

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  2. So would it be 6ab^2(3a-5b)(2a+7b)?

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