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how do you factor an algebraic expression?

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Find the greatest factor common to both terms (what divides into both evenly?)
6(3b-2)

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@CliffSedge thanks! so what divides them evenly is my answer?
@gabriel11 , don't you find that insulting to @Rebecca* 's intelligence to not let her answer the question herself?
THANK YOU!! ahah
It's not the entire answer, if just tells what to factor out. You leave what's leftover after dividing it out.
thank you!!
Let's try a harder example to make sure you get it. How about: 2a+10ab+14ab ? How would you factor that, @Rebecca* ?

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