# Factor n 3 n, and then explain why it represents a multiple of 6 if n is an integer greater than 1.

Factor n^{3} − n, and then explain why it represents a multiple of 6 if n is an integer greater than 1.

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## ANSWER To factor n 3 n we can first factor out the common factor of n n 3 n n n 2 1 Then we can use …View the full answer

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## Basic Technical Mathematics

**ISBN:** 9780137529896

12th Edition

**Authors:** Allyn J. Washington, Richard Evans

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**6**- Factoring and FractionsSection: Exercises 6.1

Problem: 66

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