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2(a+b)

What about 32x +4?

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well, what's the largest factor that is in both terms?

8?

8 doesn't go into 4 though. try a little smaller

2?

:) warmer? it's bigger than that.

4?

32/4 is 8 and 4/4 is 1....how would i write that out?

don't forget the x in the first term! but it will become 4(8x+1)

do you see what happened there? we can do more until you get a good handle on it.

Why is it written out like that...?

Ahhh, i see what you did now

so, for practice, factor this (it's a little different than the others):
3x^2+9x

first step; identify the largest factor which is in both

i'm gonna guess 1? 1 goes into all three?

oh wait i think you misread it. that 2 is an exponent. it's
\[3x^2+9x\]

sorry for the confusion

oh okay. so would it be 3?

and what would it look like after taking out the three?

what do you mean taking out?

so we divide x^2 by 3 and divide 9x by 3?

it was 3x^2, but yes that's correct

okay can we try 5x+10+15y? Because i dont really have any exponents in my homework yet.

oooh okay! i'm sorry. sure, give that one a try

Its fine. So, we divide by 5?

precisely

Would the answer be 5(1x+2+3y)?

yep, that's it! also, 1x is typically just written as x, but your answer is still right

Nice! Okay, so basically i just have to find the least factor for the numbers then divide by it?

greatest factor, actually. the least would be one :P

Okay. Is this correct, 7a+35b would be 7(a+5b)?

yes! :)

how about 7+7y? Would it be 7(7+y)?

you made a little error there; you see, if you multiply that out, you get 49+7y.

Okay, so how would i solve this one?

Lol, so would it be 7(y)? im not sure how to do this one

Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, alright, i got you

yay!

3(x+y) is what i ment

My homework says, List the factors in each expression and it gave me 3(x+y)

well, I suppose that means 3 is a factor and x+y is a factor?

Um, okay. i'm just gonna write that down & ask my professor tomorrow. Thanks for your help tho

Yea, i don't know? i suck at math lol

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