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A polynomial of degree zero is a constant term

The grouping method of factoring can still be used when only some of the terms share a common factor A True B False

The sum or difference of p and q is the of the x-term in the trinomial

A number a power of a variable or a product of the two is a monomial while a polynomial is the of monomials

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Q: Can you rewrite the difference 120-36 as a product of the gfc of the two numbers and another difference?
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Can you rewrite the difference As a product of the GCF of the two numbers and another difference. Explain?

60 - 48 = 12(5 - 4)


Can you rewrite the difference 120 - 36 as a product of the GCF of the two numbers and another difference?

(10 x 12) - (3 x 12) = 7 x 12 = 84


Can you rewrite the difference 120 - 26 as a product of the GCF of the two numbers and another difference?

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What is another way to write the product 6x15?

Rewrite the factors and product. 2*3^2*5 = 3^2*2*5


Is its possible to use the distributive property to rewrite 85 99 as a product of a whole number greater than 1 and a sum of two whole numbers?

No.


How do you write the sum of numbers as a product of the gcf and another sum 36 plus 45 then use the distributive property to rewrite the sum?

(4 x 9) + (5 x 9) = (9 x 9)c= 81


What set of numbers does a mixed fraction belong to?

A mixed fraction is a rational number because you can rewrite it as one integer over another.


Is it possible to use the distributive property to rewrite 85 plus 99 as a product of a whole number greater than 1 and a sum of two whole numbers?

No, it is not.


How do you rewrite10 as a product of their greatest common factor?

You need at least two numbers to find a GCF, so this probably isn't a GCF problem. To rewrite 10 as a product of its prime factors, use 2 x 5.


Tasha believes that she can rewrite the difference 120-36 as a product of the greatest common factor of the two numbers and another diffetence is she correct explain your answer?

Tasha is correct. The simple subtraction problem 120 - 36 can be rewritten as the pointlessly obtuse (3 x 40) - (3 x 12) = 3 x 28 = 84. Left unexplained is why on earth she would want to do that.


Rewrite the sum of 75 + 18 as a product of the GCF of the two numbers and another sum?

The GCF in this case is 3. 75 + 18 = 93 93/3 = 31 Rewriting 31 as another sum seems unnecessary, but sure. (30+1) * 3 = 93 = 75 + 18.


Can you rewrite 48 as the product of its prime factors?

48 = 24 x 3

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