Algebra 2 Find the greatest common factor. 2x^3y+x^2y^2+4xy^3 A. xy B. x^3y^3 C. 2xy D. 2x^3y^3

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Algebra 2 Find the greatest common factor. 2x^3y+x^2y^2+4xy^3 A. xy B. x^3y^3 C. 2xy D. 2x^3y^3

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well, first look to see what all the polynomials dont have in common, then determine what they do have in common by how many of each exponent there are, your answer should be the greatest common of the trinomial
or you can do the exponents first and how many times the letter (having a brain fart on what they are actually called rn) is being multiplied by
either way your answer should be the same

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