#### Answer

$-4x(x^2-8x+5)$

#### Work Step by Step

The greatest common factor of the terms is $-4x$.
Factor out $-4x$ to obtain:
$=-4x(x^2-8x+5)$

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978-0-13417-894-3

$-4x(x^2-8x+5)$

The greatest common factor of the terms is $-4x$.
Factor out $-4x$ to obtain:
$=-4x(x^2-8x+5)$

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