14. 6a 3a-2ab +ab41. In Exercisquare trSection 13.2Section 1For Exercises 15-24, factor completelyFor Exercisesproduct and s15. x-10x+ 2116. y-19y+8817. -6z + z2 7218. -39 + q-10q42. Product19. 3p w+36pw +60w20. 2m+ 26m+80m243. Product21. -2+10t - 1622. -w-w +20For Exerciseac-method.23. a+ 12ab + 11b224. -3cd-18d44. 3c2-5Section 13.346.2+13For Exercises 25-28, let a, b, and c represent positiveintegers.48. w425. When factoring a polynomial of the formax-bx c, should the signs of the binomialsbe both positive, both negative, or different?50. 40v+

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Number 20 I'm not sure how far do I go to completely factor out

14. 6a 3a-2ab +ab
41. In Exerci
square tr
Section 13.2
Section 1
For Exercises 15-24, factor completely
For Exercises
product and s
15. x-10x+ 21
16. y-19y+88
17. -6z + z2 72
18. -39 + q-10q
42. Product
19. 3p w+36pw +60w
20. 2m+ 26m+80m2
43. Product
21. -2+10t - 16
22. -w-w +20
For Exercise
ac-method.
23. a+ 12ab + 11b2
24. -3cd-18d
44. 3c2-5
Section 13.3
46.2+13
For Exercises 25-28, let a, b, and c represent positive
integers.
48. w4
25. When factoring a polynomial of the form
ax-bx c, should the signs of the binomials
be both positive, both negative, or different?
50. 40v+
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14. 6a 3a-2ab +ab 41. In Exerci square tr Section 13.2 Section 1 For Exercises 15-24, factor completely For Exercises product and s 15. x-10x+ 21 16. y-19y+88 17. -6z + z2 72 18. -39 + q-10q 42. Product 19. 3p w+36pw +60w 20. 2m+ 26m+80m2 43. Product 21. -2+10t - 16 22. -w-w +20 For Exercise ac-method. 23. a+ 12ab + 11b2 24. -3cd-18d 44. 3c2-5 Section 13.3 46.2+13 For Exercises 25-28, let a, b, and c represent positive integers. 48. w4 25. When factoring a polynomial of the form ax-bx c, should the signs of the binomials be both positive, both negative, or different? 50. 40v+

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Step 1

Given:

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2m+26m2 +80m2..(1)

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Calculation:

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Factor out common term 2m2 in (1), we get 2m2 (m2 +13m+40)

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Now, factorise the term(m2 +13m+40), we get 2m2 (m2 13m+40 2m2 (m2 +5m+8m+40 2m2 (m2 +5m)+(8m+40)) 2m2 (m(m+5)+8(m+5))

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