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EmmaH Group Title

someone please help me!! Find the GCF of the monomials: 18x2, 30x2y, and 54y 18 6 18xy 6xy

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  1. blondie16 Group Title
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    well it cant have an x or y because not all of them have x and y so now you just have to figure out the greatest number that goes into all 3 of the numbers

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    i mean i just dont understand itwhat it wants me to do?

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  3. blondie16 Group Title
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    find the biggest number that goes into all 3 of the numbers

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    80,30, ande 54?

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    yes

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    2

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  7. blondie16 Group Title
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    sorry it is 18* 30 and 54 and look at your answer choices. then try it

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    how do i find the biuggest number that goe sinto all of them?

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  9. blondie16 Group Title
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    take each number and divide it by 6, then if all of that works, try 18

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    \[18=2\times 3^2, 30=2\times 3\times 5,54=2\times 3^3\] greatest common factor is \[2\times 3=6\]

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    or you could do it that way...

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    i got 18= 2,3,6,9 30= 2,3,5,6,10 54= 2,27 so is it 2?

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    @satellite73 is right. for 54 you didnt get all of the factors

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  14. EmmaH Group Title
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    i made a mistake the gfc is 6 right?

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  15. blondie16 Group Title
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    yes

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  16. EmmaH Group Title
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    the answer is b?

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    yesh

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    thanks!

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