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ok I think the answer is nt^2 but im not sure
\[n^3t^2 = n*n*n*t*t\]3 ns, 2 ts \[nt^4 = n*t*t*t*t\]1 n, 4 ts The GCF will have the largest number of each factor which can be gotten from both expressions. For example, there will be 2 ts or \(t^2\) in the GCF, because both expressions have at least 2 ts
I'll write this down in my notes.
Yes, \(nt^2 \) is the correct answer for the GCF of those two. How about this one: GCF of \(3xy\) and \(6x^2y\)
I need some help for the question you just gave me
I guess their doing something?
plz help me
hope, can u help?
what do you need?
Sorry, OpenStudy hasn't shown me any of the things you typed until just a few seconds ago. Can you factor \[6x^2y\]like I did with \(n^3t^2\) and so on?
yeah, I can do that, whpalmer4
Good. Will you?
Yeah, I can try.
Im home alone, thats why I told you guys if I didnt answer, to get help. ( im 14, im old enough to stay home, so dont worry.)
I dont get it. this stuff is confusing.
whpalmer, can you help with that question?
nobody is answering.
I guess ill go do something else, message me when you are ready to answer.
Do you know what it means to factor something?