Q: How do you factor 4-y²?

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It is: 3(5x-4y)

The greatest common factor (GCF) is 4.

All you can do to factor that expression is to divide both terms by y: y2 + 4y = y(y + 4)

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Factor out the 4. The answer is y-3/y+3

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Problems like that cannot be factored.

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