Q: What is the greatest common factor of 8b squared and 4w squared?

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The GCF is 4w.

4w - 10 = 2*(w - 5)

25w - 16w3 can be factored into w(25 - 16w2), and {25 - 16w2} is in the form {a2 - b2= (a+b)(a-b)}, so {a=5, b=4w}, and the final factorization is:w(5 + 4w)(5 - 4w)

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7-4w=10 7=10+4w 7-10=4w -3=4w -3/4=w

8x-4w = 4

To factor 4w^2 + 12w + 4 = 0, first divide the equation by 4 to simplify it: w^2 + 3w + 1 = 0. Then, decompose the middle term (3w) into two terms whose product is the product of the coefficient of w^2 and the constant term (1): (w+1)(w+1) = 0. Therefore, the factors are (w+1)(w+1) = 0.

-14=-6+4w

If: -4w = 14 Then: w = -3.5

4w-w when w2 = 2

3/4w+8=1/3-712(3/4w+8)=12(1/3w-7)9w+96=4w-849w-4w+96=4w-4w-845w+96=-845w+96-96=-84-965w=-1805w/5=-180/5w=-36

3(4w - 1)(16w2 + 4w + 1)