Q: How do you factor 8y3 plus 27?

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2y(2y - 1)(2y - 3)

2y(2y - 1)(2y - 3)

9p + 27 = 9(p + 3)

(a + 9)(a - 3)

The only common factor of those two terms is the number three, giving you: 3(x3 - 8y3)

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(2y + 3)(4y2 - 6y +9)

2y(2y - 1)(2y - 3)

2y(2y - 1)(2y - 3)

Not sure which you mean, take your pick: (8y)3+27=(8y+3)((8y)2-3*(8y)+9)=(8y+3)(64y2-24y+9); or 8y3+27=(2y+3)(4y2-6y+9)

No.

(3x - 2y)(9x^2 + 6xy + 4y^2)

Since 27 is a factor of 54, it is automatically the GCF.

The GCF is 27.

9p + 27 = 9(p + 3)

(a + 9)(a - 3)

The only common factor of those two terms is the number three, giving you: 3(x3 - 8y3)

The GCF is 9.