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factorise a^12x^4-a^4x^12

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1. you have common factors (ax)^4. Take that out of each term. Then, the second term is the difference of two squares (a^4)^2 - (x^4)^2, that can be factored, which leads to another difference of two squares, factor, and finally, another difference of two squares.

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