# MATH please help

5xy^2 + 15x^2y^2 - 25xy^2 + 65x^2y^2 = 10x^2y^2 + 45xy^2

Factor out the GcF of each polynomial in the equation

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1. 5 x y^2 (1 + 3x - 5 + 13 x) =5 x y^2 (2x+9)

5 x y^2 ( 16 x-4) = 5 x y^2 (2x+9)

20 x y^2 (4x-1) = 5 x y^2 (2x+9)

or
4(4x-1) = 2 x + 9

14 x = 13

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