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Q: What multiplies to get 3y squared and adds to get 2xy?

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3y squared - 2y = 1

(3y2)4*3y2*3y2*3y2*3y2 = 38*y16 = 6561y16

3x2+6xy+3y2= 3(x2+2xy+y2)= 3(x+y)2

The GCF is 3y^2.

(x + y)(x - 3y)

2xy - 10x + 3y -15 = 2x(y - 5) + 3(y - 5) =(y - 5)(2x + 3)

It's an hyperbola equation.

(x + 5y)(x - 3y)

(3y2 - 3y)/(y - 1) = 3y(y - 1)/(y - 1) = 3y

i think its 3y squared

what number is y?

9y^2

(3x + 3y)(x + y) = 3(x + y)2

If you want to know what its factors are, they are; (x-5y)(x+3y)

3y4 + 3y2 = 3y2(y2 + 1)

y(3y^2 - 12y + 4)

That equals 2xy + 3y which factors to y(2x + 3)

3xy + 3y2 = 3y (x + y)

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(3y - 5)(y + 5)

8x2= 16 16-2xy=14xy 14xy-3y(2)= 11x 11xX2= 22x Answer - 22x............... Happy Birthday ! (;

9y2+66y+121 = (3y+11)(3y+11) when factored

Technically, the answer is probably YES, but it is a tautology and, therefore, adds no value.

y = (4x+9)/(2x+3)2xy+3y = 4x+93y-9 = 4x-2xy3y-9 = x(2-2y)x = (3y-9)/(2-2y)So, inverse function is 3x minus 9 divided by 2 minus 27.