Question

Factor out the common factor. $(5 x-4)^{2}+(5 x-4)$

Solution

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1 of 3Given: $(5x − 4)^2 + (5x − 4)$

To completely factor the given terms, we need to determine first the greatest common factor (GCF) and in this case is $(5x-4)$.

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