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Q: What is the GCF of x2y and xy2?

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I do the coefficients first. The GCF of 10 and 15 is 5. I tackle the variables next. The GCF of x2y and x3y2 is x2y I put it all together. The GCF of 15x2y and 10x3y2 is 5x2y.

The GCF of 27 x^2 y^3 and 46 x^2 y is xy^2. 27 and 46 are coprime.

3 * 3 * 5 * x * y * y = 45xy2

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

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(x4 + y4)/(x + y) = Quotient = x3 - x2y + xy2 - y3 Remainder = - 2y4/(x+y) So, x3 - x2y + xy2 - y3 - 2y4/(x+y)

I do the coefficients first. The GCF of 10 and 15 is 5. I tackle the variables next. The GCF of x2y and x3y2 is x2y I put it all together. The GCF of 15x2y and 10x3y2 is 5x2y.

They are terms in which a variable is raised to the same power (index) in both terms. So x2y and -27x2y are like terms but not xy2.

The GCF is 1.

The GCF of 27 x^2 y^3 and 46 x^2 y is xy^2. 27 and 46 are coprime.

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It is -2y + x2y - 8, which is an expression that cannot be simplified further, not can it be evaluated.

15x2y2-9xy3 As x2y2 = x xy2 and xy3 = xy2 y then xy2 is in both term you can first factorize 15x2y2-9xy3 = xy2(15x-9y) as 15=3x5 and 9=3x3 15x2y2-9xy3 = 3xy2(5x-3y) and that it !

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