factorise 7a squared b + ab squared - 8ab =
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????????????????? 7a^2 +ab^2 ??????????????????

bekum a*(7a+b^2)
answered Mar 1, 2015 by muneepenee
reshown Mar 1, 2015 by Rod
Your answer expands to 7a^2+ab^2, so there's something missing! This should have expanded to the original expression.
ab is the common factor: ab(7a+b-8).
answered Mar 1, 2015 by Rod Top Rated User (537,640 points)

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