find the LCM of y^2+14y+49 and y^2+2y-35
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y^2 + 14y + 49 = (y + 7)(y + 7)

y^2 + 2y - 35 = (y + 7)(y - 5)

Hence, LCM is (y + 7)(y + 7)(y - 5) = y^3 + 9y^2 - 21y - 245
answered Feb 13, 2012 by anonymous

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