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Factor using the GCF: 16m + 4n - 12p

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    What's the greatest common factor between them?

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    4(4m + n - 3p)

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    I dont even know what that means...

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    Greatest common factor is 4. Divide each term by 4 and place it inside brackets.

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    4 is the greatest common factor. So, you put it out of the brackets. 4(4m+1n-4p) 4(4m+n-4p) Is the solution.

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    Sorry, 3 P

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    4(4m+n-3p) is the solution.

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    Because 16 divides by 4 four times, 4 divides by 4 once, and 12 divides by 4 three times.

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