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Q: What is the coefficient of the xy2 term in the expression of x plus 4y3?

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The three terms are: -3xy2, 2xy and -4y3

It is 6.

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4y^3 + 48y - 28y^2 = 4y(y - 3)(y - 4)

It is: 8y8

The derivative with respect to 'x' is 4y3 . The derivative with respect to 'y' is 12xy2 .

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4y3(4+5y)Improved Answer:-16y3/20y4 = 4/5y

The LCM will contain all factors including variables. Look at coefficients and find their LCM. Then IF several terms have a common factor with a differnt exponent, use that variable with the largest exponent. If a variable appears in only one term, it will still be part of the LCM with its exponent. EX Find LCM for 14s3 and 6 ---- ANSWER --- 42s3 Ex Find Lcm for 3x2y , 4y3, and 7x --- The LCM is 84x2y3 biggest exponents even if not in all terms.

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