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 Question 306784: If x and y are integers, which of the following is equivalent to (2x)3y – (2x)y? a) (2x)2y b) 2y(x3 – xy) c) (2x)y[(2x)2y – 1] d) (2x)y(4xy – 1) e) (2x)y[(2x)3 – 1]Found 2 solutions by Stitch, texttutoring:Answer by Stitch(352)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Given: Do the multiplication The 4XY can be factored The answer is A Answer by texttutoring(324)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!(2x)3y - (2x)y = 6xy - 2xy = 4xy The first answer, a), is equal to 4xy as well. (2x)2y = 4xy The answer is a).