I WILL FAN Marcia claims that the GCF for (2x^2 + 4xy + 8xy^4) is 8x^2*y^4. Explain if she correct or not. If she is correct, justify her claim. If she is not correct, explain her error and state the correct GCF.

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I WILL FAN Marcia claims that the GCF for (2x^2 + 4xy + 8xy^4) is 8x^2*y^4. Explain if she correct or not. If she is correct, justify her claim. If she is not correct, explain her error and state the correct GCF.

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Well the GCF is the greatest number you can divide the polynomial by.
could you use the equation button and write them out so it is more clearer and less confusing for us

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