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Factorize (X^10 + Y^10) Please solve in detailed way. Thanks.

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```							Dear student Question should be , Factorise (X^10 –  Y^10)It can be written as :(x5)2 – (y10)Rewrite same with y .(x5)2 – (y5)2Expand it by using formula (a+b)(a-b)(x5 + y5 )(x5 –  y5 )
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```							actually x^10+y^10 can be factorised.write it as (x^2)^5 + (y^2)5but we know the identity a^(2n+1) + b^(2n+1)= (a+b)[a^2nb^0 – a^(2n-1)b^1+....... – a^1b^(2n-1)+a^0b^2n]in this identity plug a= x^2, b= y^2 and n=2 and you shall obtain the reqd factorisation.kindly approve :)
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