## College Algebra (11th Edition)

4$m^{6}$ - $n^{2}$
1. Product of the sum and difference of two terms: (2$m^{3}$ + n)(2$m^{3}$ - n) = $(2m^{3})^{2}$ - $n^{2}$ 2. Solve exponents with power rules 4$m^{6}$ - $n^{2}$