Q: How do you factor Y squared minus y minus 6?

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it is (x-y)(x-y) :)

(y - 2)(y - 7)

(3y - 5)(y + 5)

(2y - 5)(y - 2)

y squared-y-72 is an algebraic expression because it does not contain an equality sign.

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y^3 + y^2 - 6 (y+2) (y-3) i think

There are no rational factors.

it is (x-y)(x-y) :)

The factoring is as follows: x2 - y2 = (x + y) * (x - y)

(y - 2)(y - 7)

x^2 - y^2 - 4 is in its simplest form.

4(y - 3)(y + 3)

(3y - 5)(y + 5)

y² - y all depends on the value of y. If you want to factor the expression, then we have y(y - 1)

9x2 - 6xy + y2 - 81 = (3x - y)2 - 81 = (3x - y - 9)*(3x - y + 9)

(x - y)(x + y)

(2y - 5)(y - 2)