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Q: What is the coefficient in the algebraic expression x2 plus 16y?

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It is 16y+23x simplified

It is -96x -96y.

It is: 28y -16y = 12y

0.5

This is a difference of two squares, which factorises to: (3x - 4y)(3x + 4y)

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It is -96x -96y.

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It is: 28y -16y = 12y

It is: 28y -16y = 12y

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