i need this for my maths homework i cant work out wat the answer is, now i seem really dumb
thanksssss
8 Answers

Use the method of factorising
(y^2 + y) remember to take out a common factor so in this case its y
= y(y + 1)

y(y+1)

im assuming that y2 is what you mean for y squared…
so
Y^2 +y (y^2 +y) =
y^2 +y^3 + y^2 =
2y^2+y^3

Factorise it?
Here, y is the common factor in both terms.
y^2 + y = y*(y+1)

Answer is Y Â² + Y
If desired this may be expressed as Y ( Y + 1 )

It depends on the value of y.

y^2 + y; factor
y(y + 1) <——Answer
Blessings

y(y+1)…………Factorizing