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anonymous

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an extra credit xyz,abc

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  1. anonymous
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    what is your question?

  2. anonymous
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    i guess it has to go with GCF but their isnt one right?

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    there GCF is 1 if x,y,z are not a function of a,b,c....

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    i gave your ans regarding the GCF of 12a^......., 15a^.....please check it......

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    i did i understand tham ones now

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    see if x=a^2, y= b^3, z=c. then the GCF would be abc not 1

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