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**1. Factorize (a-b)^3 + (a+b)^3**

**2. Attempt of solution are involving cyclic or/and homogeneous polynomials**

I want to understand this clearly, can anyone explain this? The answer is 2a(a^2+3b^2)

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I want to understand this clearly, can anyone explain this? The answer is 2a(a^2+3b^2)

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Try expanding (a+b)^3 and (a-b)^3 and the simplifying, then factorizing.1. Factorize (a-b)^3 + (a+b)^3

[I want to understand this clearly, can anyone explain this? The answer is 2a(a^2+3b^2)

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What kind of explanation are you asking for?

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Oh, nevermind, and thanksWhat kind of explanation are you asking for?

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