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Help with GCF

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    What is the Greatest Common Factor for the given polynomial? 9xy^2 - 24xy + 15x im a little confused

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    GCF: We need to look at both the coefficient and pronumerals.

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    9,24,15, what is the GCF of those? xy^2, xy, x what is the GCF of those?

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    3?

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    yes u are right for the coefficient(numbers) how about the pronumerals?

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    so would it be 3x by any chance?

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    yes u are right.

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    because "x" is the GCF of xy^2, xy, x

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    and 3 of 9,24,15

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    therefore 3x is correct.

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    thank you :D

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  12. JayDS
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    no problem, as long as u learnt how to do it :)

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