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- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
You factor out the common factor, in this case it is 5y^2

which leaves

5y^2(x^2-7x+12)

now you factor the square:

(x-4)(x-3)

bring the 5y^2 back and get

5y^2(x-4)(x-3)

- Curt MonashLv 71 decade ago
Factor out 5y^2, and what's left will be an easy quadratic in x that you can factor by, for example, the FOIL method.

- Anonymous1 decade ago
5x2y2 -35xy2+ 60y2

5(x2y2- 7xy2+ 12y2)

5y2(x2-7x+12)

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