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which statement is true about the factorization of 30x2 + 40xy + 51y2?

Which statement is true about the factorization of 30x2 + 40xy + 51y2?

The polynomial can be rewritten after factoring as 10(3x2 + 4xy + 5y2). The polynomial can be rewritten as the product of a trinomial and xy.

The greatest common factor of the polynomial is 51x2y2.

The greatest common factor of the terms is 1.

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The statement is true about the factorization of 30x2 + 40xy + 51y2? is,
The polynomial can be rewritten after factoring as 10(3x2 + 4xy + 5y2).  
No, the polynomial cannot be rewritten after factoring as 10(3x2 + 4xy + 5y2)
Instead, the polynomial cannot be rewritten in the form of factors, as there are no common terms.
The polynomial can be rewritten as the product of a trinomial and xy.
The equation 30x2 + 40xy + 51y2 is a quadratic equation. The polynomial cannot be rewritten as the product of a trinomial and xy, as there are already 3 terms available. Trinomial means - an equation with 3 terms.
The greatest common factor of the polynomial is 51x2y2.
The greatest common factor of the polynomial  30x2 + 40xy + 51y2 cannot be other than 1 as there are no common terms available among 3.
The greatest common factor of the terms is 1.
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