anonymous
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find the greatest common factor of the following monomials 48a^6 38a
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anonymous
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Use Prime factorization on the constants and you can only factor out one a
anonymous
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i dont know that

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anonymous
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What is the largest same number that will divide into 48 and 38 evenly
anonymous
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11 i think
anonymous
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am i right
anonymous
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2 is the greatest common factor and you can only factor out one a so the greatest factor is 2a
anonymous
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ooooooooooohhhhhhhhhhhhh ok thnks
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i have like 9 more practice questions do u mind helping me through it
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I am at work so I am in and out
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ohhh ok do u know anyone else who could help me
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Just open a new post and post your questions and I am sure someone will help here

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