anonymous
  • anonymous
determine the GCF...3(x-1), 5(x-1)^2...i have the basics on it I am just stumped with the exponent thrown in
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anonymous
  • anonymous
GCF is the common factor that is (x-1)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yea I got that part, I am not sure where to put the exponent. The answer I got was (x-1)(3+5)^2. I am just not sure if that is where the exponent goes.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
dint get u
anonymous
  • anonymous
u wanna find the gcf of 3(x-1)and 5(x-1)^2.?
anonymous
  • anonymous
gcf is the greatest common factor which is x-1
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes but the whole thing has to be written out in groups.
anonymous
  • anonymous
groups?
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok, like x^2(2x-3), 5(2x-3)=(2x-3)(x^2+5)
anonymous
  • anonymous
o o...how did u take 2x-3 common?these r two terms y did u add them up?
anonymous
  • anonymous
i didn't, that is one of the common terms. when you divide it out that leaves x^2 and 5. Since they are both positive they are grouped together positively.

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