# I need help factoring 6q(7(6q)^2 +5)

Can someone please show me how to factor $6q(7(6q)^2 +5)$ to show that it is a multiple of 6? I'm working on a division algorithm problem, and I understand concepts of div alg but I really don't have much experience factoring and I can't find any good sources on learning this type of thing. Thank you in advance.

• Isn't it a multiple of $6$ because you are multiplying it by $6$? – Brevan Ellefsen Nov 14 '15 at 21:13

The quantity: $$6q(7(6q)^2 +5)$$
Is divisible by $6$ because of the quantity $6q$ in front of the parenthesis. The $6$ implies that the polynomial is divisible by $6$.