## Algebra 1

To show why answer C is cororect we can use the process of elimination. Answer A is wrong because the product would like 5(x-$y^{2}$) Answer B is incorrect because the product would be 5($x^{2}$-$y^{2}$) Answer D is incorrect because the product would be $\frac{5}{(x-y)^{2}}$ Since none of these look like 5$(x-y)^{2}$, we can infer that answer to the problem is C.