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Q: What is the GCF of x squared y and xy squared?

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It is XY^2 or X*Y*Y

xy = x ÷x y = 1

(x - y)(x + y)(x2 - xy + y2)(x2 + xy + y2)

Only when X or Y = 0 That is because (x + y) squared = x^2 + 2xy + y^2 x^2 + 2xy + y^2 = x^2 + y^2 when x or y = 0

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The GCF is xy.

It is then x/y when simplified

x(y - 1)(y + 1)

Divide by 'x'; x2+xy/x = x(x+y)

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If that's x2y and xy2, the GCF is xy.

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2x squared plus 2x plus xy plus y or 2x(x+1) + y(x+1) or (x+1)(2x+y)

x+y

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x=y+3t Original formula: y2 -xy = 9t2 -3xt (assumes you meant "9 times t2 " and not (9t)2 ) y2 = xy +9t2 -3xt y2 - 9t2 = xy - 3xt (y-3t)(y+3t) = x(y-3t) (y-3t) = x

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