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# Factor n^3 - n^2 + 3n - 3. a) (n^2 - 3)(n - 1) b) (n^2 + 3)(n - 1) c) (n^2 + 1)(n - 3) N^2(n - 1) + 3(n - 1)

(n^2 + 3)(n - 1) B

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