2m^2(-3m+4m^2)-(3m)^3=
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2m^2*(4m^2-3m) -(3m)^3

=8m^4 -6m^3 -9m^3

=4m^4 -15m^3

=m^3(4m-15)
answered Nov 20, 2013 by muneepenee

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