How to factor the algebra expression? How do you factor the algebra expression below, thanks in advance 64x4 – x 64x4 x
= x(64x3 1) {factor an x out it, is the greatest common factor} You're not done here though, because 64x3 1 is a difference of two cubes. It is in the form a3 – b3, and factors into the form (a  b)(a2 + ab + b2). x(64x3 1) = x(4x  1)(16x2+ 4x + 1) this is your completely factored answer  Algebra House
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