Peace420
  • Peace420
The greatest common factor of 15u2v3, 20u5v2, and 45u3v5???
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  • schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Do you mean: \[15u ^{2}v ^{3}, 20u ^{5}v ^{2}, 45u ^{3}v ^{5}\]
Peace420
  • Peace420
yes
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ok. The greatest common factor for the coefficients is 5, since all of them are divisible by 5. For the variables, you just want to find the power than can be pulled out of all of the given terms. So for u: \[u ^{2}\] For v: \[v ^{2}\] Then multiply them together and you have your GCF: \[5u ^{2}v ^{2}\]

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