Q: What is the greatest common factor of 48x and 56x squared?

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Just divide by 16. -48x/16 = -3x

Expressing each number as the product of prime number helps a lot in finding gcf.Prime factorization of 48x5 = 2x2x2x2x3x5Prime factorization of 36x3 = 2x2x3x3x3It is clear that 2x2x3 is the greatest common factor.So, gcf is 12.

x2 + 48x + 320

(4/5)x + 63 = 111(4/5)x = 48x = 60

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The GCF is 24.

8(6x+1)

3x3 -3x2 - 48x - 60 = 0 simply factor out a 3... 3(x3 - x2 - 16x - 20) = 0

x = 3/sqrt(2) or 1.5*sqrt(2)

48x2+139+63 = (3x+7)(16x+9) when factored and worked out with the help of the quadratic equation formula

(x2 - 4)/4x = 12; x ≠ 0 x2 - 4 = 48x x2 - 48x = 4 x2 - 48x + 242= 4 + 242 (x - 24)2 = 4 + 576 x - 24 = ±√580 x = 24 ± 2√145

3x^2+48x+192=3(x^2+16x+62). You can factor the part in the parentheses using the quadratic formula: x= (-b[+-]Sqrt[b^2-4ac])/(2a).

Just divide by 16. -48x/16 = -3x

sqrt(48x cubed) = 332.6*x*sqrt(x), approx.

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$48x + 5y" is an expression. It is not a function and so cannot be written as a function.

3x2 + 48 + 192 = 3x2 + 240 = 3 (x2+ 80)