anonymous
  • anonymous
Factor the polynomial. 42w10 + 24w6 Help! =) Please. . .
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anonymous
  • anonymous
We were not done yet.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Once you find the GCF which is 6w^6 you divide that out of both terms
anonymous
  • anonymous
6w^6(7w^4 + 4)

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anonymous
  • anonymous
You divide numerical numbers i.e. 42/6 = 7 and 24/6 = 4 and you subtract exponents 10 - 6 = w^4 and 6 - 6 = 0 so no w's
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Ohh, Okay Got It thanks!

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