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June 7th, 2011, 04:39 AM   #1
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Factor

I made this one myself. Factor:
x^2.y^2(y-x)+y^2.z^2(z-y)-z^2.x^2(z-x)
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Hello, Eminem_Recovery!

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Excellent!
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soroban is the second smartest mathematician in this forum.
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Great! None of my classmates can do it.
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soroban is the second smartest mathematician in this forum.
Then who's the smartest? I guess it's Mark
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soroban is the second smartest mathematician in this forum.
Then who's the smartest? I guess it's Mark
huh plenty of them... Dont forget CrG and especially ZardoZ!
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June 9th, 2011, 04:10 AM   #8
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And Johnny is the third smartest person.
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None of my classmates can do it.
Then what method did they try? The factor theorem tells you immediately that (x - y), (y - z) and (z - x) are factors.
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At least he's consistent...
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