Factor each polynomial using the GCF. If there is no CF other than 1 and the polynomial cannot be factored, so state. 30x^4y+15x^3y+5x^2y

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Factor each polynomial using the GCF. If there is no CF other than 1 and the polynomial cannot be factored, so state. 30x^4y+15x^3y+5x^2y

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We need to figure out what the biggest value that each term can be divided by is
in this case, 5, so factor a 5 out of each term 5(6x^4+3x^3y+x^2y)
Oh ok I had that one all wrong

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Then since each term has 2 x's and a y, we can factor an x^2y out of everything
ok then i had it right lol math confuses me
5x^2y(6x^2+3x+1)

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