Answer :

y^{2} + 6y – 135

⟹ y^{2} + 15y – 9y – 135

⟹ y(y + 15) – 9(y + 15)

⟹ (y + 15) (y – 9)

So (y – 9) and (y + 15) are the factor of the given polynomial.

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