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donnie1999

  • one year ago

find the greatest common factor of the following monomials : 32a^6b^5 26a^2b^4

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  1. donnie1999
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    |dw:1434635416260:dw|

  2. donnie1999
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    last exponent is a 4

  3. donnie1999
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    @LegendarySadist

  4. Pandemonium
    • one year ago
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    is it multiple choice?

  5. donnie1999
    • one year ago
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    nah

  6. donnie1999
    • one year ago
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    i wish

  7. Pandemonium
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    mmmm this one gonna be rough

  8. Pandemonium
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    1 and 2

  9. donnie1999
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    idk if 1 is a possible choice .

  10. Pandemonium
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    yea i didnt think so either

  11. donnie1999
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    @LegendarySadist do u have any clue on how i could find the GCF if the exponents r not the same.

  12. donnie1999
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    @ganeshie8

  14. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    not god with math :(

  15. anonymous
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    good*

  16. ganeshie8
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    Start by finding the GCF of constants : |dw:1434637288478:dw|

  17. donnie1999
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    @ganeshie8 2

  18. ganeshie8
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    Yes!

  19. Sachintha
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    2 and 13?

  20. donnie1999
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    @ganeshie8 Wat do i do with the exponents?

  21. ganeshie8
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    next, whats the GCF of \(a\) part : |dw:1434637598709:dw|

  22. donnie1999
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    a^2

  23. ganeshie8
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    Very good, you do know what to do wid the exponents!

  24. ganeshie8
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    save it, next whats the GCF of \(b\) part ? |dw:1434637676480:dw|

  25. donnie1999
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    um idk wat 2 do with the last pair

  26. donnie1999
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    would it just be B

  27. ganeshie8
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    \(\large b^5\) and \(\large b^4\) the least exponent is \(4\), so the GCF is \(\large b^4\)

  28. donnie1999
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    so would the answer be 2a^2b^4?

  29. ganeshie8
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    Overall, the GCF of given expressions is : |dw:1434637823158:dw|

  30. ganeshie8
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    Yes, good job!

  31. Sachintha
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    @donnie1999 How did you get the GCF of 32 and 26 as 2?

  32. donnie1999
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    because 13 cant divide into 32

  33. donnie1999
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    @Sachintha

  34. Sachintha
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    Ohh I am so dumb. Sry :D

  35. Sachintha
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    Got it :)

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