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Q: How do you factor 15p plus 60?

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I am confused by the notation. Do you mean, "15p + 60" ? 15p + 60 = 15*(p + 4) (15 is the greatest common factor, since 15 divides 15 and 15 divides 60). Likewise, 27m + 105 = 3*(9m + 35) and 90 + 45n = 45*(2 + n) no that answer is totally wrong

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Half of 60 is 30. A quarter is half of that- so 15P.

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