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Q: What is the greatest common factor of 40x and 60x?

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The GCF is 20x.

362+60x+25 (6x+5)(6x+5)

(6x + 5)(6x + 5) or (6x + 5)2

1,200

to do this u can set up a porportion . note this is not the only way to do this. 12 x __ = __ 60 100 cross multiply, 12 times 100 is 1200 and 60 times x is 60x. the follow is this 60x=1200 now divide 60 both sides of the equation x = 20. this is ur answer. i hoped this helped. =]

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The GCF is 15x.

10X^2

The GCF is 20x.

60x + 120x - 40x - 80x - 30x = 24030x = 240x = 240/3 = 80

It is 10x raised to the second power.

The GCF is 15x^2y^2

LCM(5x, 12x) = 60x

362+60x+25 (6x+5)(6x+5)

(6 - 5x)(6 - 5x)

20x3 - 70x2 + 60x = 10x(2x2 - 7x + 6) = 10x(2x - 3)(x - 2).

its 600 you just multiply the numbers

60x = 25r (60x)/60 = (25r)/60 x = 0.4167r

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