anonymous
  • anonymous
Can someone explain Greatest Common Factor with Polynomials to me?
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anonymous
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To find the greatest common factor of a polynomial, we take the greatest common factor from the coefficients of all the terms of the polynomial and then we take the greatest common factor from all the variables in the polynomial. [ Then we multiply these two to get the greatest common factor of the polynomial.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thank you! Helped a lot to where I could understand it.
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  • anonymous
i feel so smart

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'Cuz you are? :p

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