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Factor two ππ plus eight π completely.

Here we have an expression with two terms. So out of these two terms, we can take out a greatest common factor. So the number that we can take out of two and eight would be two. And both terms have an π, so we can take out an π. Now only the first term has a π, so we cannot take out a π.

So now to find whatβs left inside the parentheses, we need to take both terms and divide each one by two π. And this will tell us whatβs left over and what will go inside the parentheses. So if we take out two π from two ππ, the twos cancel and the πs cancel, and weβre left with π. Now if we take two π out of eight π, two goes into eight four times, and the πs cancel. So we are left with positive four. Therefore, two π times π plus four will be our final answer.