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Q: What does factor an expression mean?

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If you mean: -12.75+4.25x then it is 4.25(-3+x)

I need to; factor each expression 10x + 40 = ?

Nothing is a factor BY ITSELF; you can say that one expression is a factor OF ANOTHER EXPRESSION. IF you don't specify the other expression, the question is meaningless.

If you mean: -12.75+4.25 then it is 4.25*(-3+x) when factored

It is 5*f where f is an expression.

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It means "to express a number or expression as a product of factors."

"Greatest common factor of an expression" is meaningless."Greatest common factor of two or more numbers" is the largest integerthat can divide evenly into each of the numbers.

A factor is a number or algebraic expression by which another is exactly divisible.

a number or algebraic expression by which another is exactly divisible.

A factor is a number or quantity that when multiplied with another produces a given number or expression.

If you mean: -12.75+4.25x then it is 4.25(-3+x)

I need to; factor each expression 10x + 40 = ?

Nothing is a factor BY ITSELF; you can say that one expression is a factor OF ANOTHER EXPRESSION. IF you don't specify the other expression, the question is meaningless.

For each of a list of algebraic expressions, find one or more common factors and factorise the expression.

a common factor

There is no factor of the expression in the question.

If you mean: -12.75+4.25 then it is 4.25*(-3+x) when factored

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