Hcf and lcm, Mathematics

The HCF & LCM of two expressions are respectively (x+3) and (x cube-7x+6).

If one is x square+2x-3 , other is?

Solution)

(x+3) * (x^3-7x+6) = (x^2+2x-3) * y      () (HCF*LCM= PRODUCT OF THE TWO NUMB.)

(x+3)*(x-1)*(x^2+x-6)/(x+3)(x-1)

x^2+x-6 Ans.

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