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# What are the factors of the terms of the given expression: 6xy−(x+1)(y)?

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6,x,1y and (x+1),y for first and second part respectively

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6,x,1y and 1,(x+1),y for first and second part respectively

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6,xy and (x+1) for first and second part respectively

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6,x,1y and x,1,y for first and second part respectively

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Solution

## The correct option is B 6,x,1y and −1,(x+1),y for first and second part respectively The first term of the given expression is 6xy. Factors are 6,x,1y. Similarly, second term of the expression is −(x+1)(y). Since the negative term is associated with the it, factors are −1, (x+1) and y.

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