divide 20x^4 + 15x^2/ 5x^2

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divide 20x^4 + 15x^2/ 5x^2

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find gcf first what is common factor of 20x^4 +15x^2 ?
im not sure.. i have no idea what to do..
find common factor of 20 and 15

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15?
for variable its very easy lowest degree of common variable would be the common factor !
x? wait im confused.
no can you 15 isn't a factor of 20
5 ?
okay here is an example 6z^6 + 5 z^5 both terms have z variable now smallest degree of z is 5 so z^5 is my common factor |dw:1438720747533:dw|
yep right 5 is common factor what about variable x ?
so x^5 ?
hmm that is an exxample look at your question \[\huge\rm \frac{ 20\color{reD}{x^4} +15\color{red}{x^2} }{ 5x^2 }\] what is smallest degree of variable x ?
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yes right so 5x^2 is common factor!
take it oout \[\huge\rm \frac{ \color{reD}{5x^2}( ?????)\color{red}{}) }{ 5x^2 }\] what should go in the parentheses in other words divide 20x^4+15x^2 by common factor \\[\huge\rm \frac{ \frac{20x^4 }{ 5x^2 } +\frac{ 15x^2 }{ 5x^2 }}{ 5x^2 }\]
sorry for late reply i was trying to change the color but ugh latex >.<
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when you take out 5x^2 from 20x^4 what you have left ?
@Nnesha i need u 2 help! whenever ur done

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