anonymous
  • anonymous
Factor out the greatest common factor in the expression x^2(x-4) + 15(x-4)
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DebbieG
  • DebbieG
Each term is a product (meaning, multiplication) of 2 FACTORS. In the first, you multiply \(x^2\) and (x-4). In the second, you multiply 15 and (x-4) So all of the factors, in both terms are: x (2 factors in the first term) (x-4) (a binomial factor, in both terms) and 15 (which really breaks down to a factor of 3, and a factor of 5, in the second term) So you tell me, what is the GCF?
anonymous
  • anonymous
take x-4 common
DebbieG
  • DebbieG
Yes, that is the GCF. :)

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anonymous
  • anonymous
i put the answer like this (x-4) nd like this x-4 they said its incorrect

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