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  • one year ago

Which polynomial has a greatest common factor of 10y? A. 20x3 y3 + 30x2 y2 - 40x3 B. 40x4 y2 - 100xy + 30y C. x5 y3 + 100x3 y2 - 50xy D. 50x2 y - 20xy + 5y

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  1. Rhystic
    • one year ago
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    first off you'd be looking for a polynomial with y in every part. Second you'd be looking for one where all the numbers divide evenly by 10.

  2. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    i think the answer is @Rhystic

  3. anonymous
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    D

  4. anonymous
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    What are your thought @Rhystic

  5. Rhystic
    • one year ago
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    nope; look again if you divide 5 by 10 you will end up with a fraction so it wouldn't be a common factor.

  6. anonymous
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    c? @Rhystic

  7. Rhystic
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    no, remember all the numbers have to be divisible by 10 and not create a fraction in c the first part would leave x5y3/10

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