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anonymous

  • one year ago

Help with GCF factoring!! what it is? and how does it work?? pls examples TT

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Okay, so GCF factoring with terms?

  2. anonymous
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    yeah, factoring GCF trinomials, binomials etc.

  3. anonymous
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    I got your message, sorry for late reply forgive me :( and GCF is greatest common factor. An simple example would be 60 and 24. The GCF is 12 because it is the largest WHOLE number that divides evenly w/ 60 and 24. They can also be with 3 or more numbers. Do you get what GCF is now? I suggest practicing a bit and playing around with whole numbers before getting to the trinomials and bimonials.. Once you're ready, I'll be glad to help with any questions you have :)

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