Q: What are the factors of the monomial 6ab squared?

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14xy2 would be 3 (14xy)2 would be 4

The greatest common factor of 4ab and 6ab is 2ab. You simply take the greatest common factor from both factors. The greatest common factor of 4 and 6 is 2. The letters can be factored out because they appear in both factors

5a2 + 6ab=a(5a+6b)

4ab - 6ab = ab(4 - 6). ab(4 - 6) = 2ab(2-3)

Yes, it is a monomial.

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I'm presuming its factors for a monic quadratic trinomial--of form : X squared + BX + C . You need the numbers that MULTIPLY to give C and ADD up to give B Eg X squared + 8X + 12 factors to ( X+2) (X + 6 ) BUT X squared + 7X + 12 factors to (X +3 )(X + 4) Hope this helps. Phil.

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No because it has 3 terms

2a x 3b = 6ab

6(ab - ac + b2 - bc)

19 x a x a x b = 19a2b

14xy2 would be 3 (14xy)2 would be 4

19 x a x a x b = 19a2b