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Q: What is the greatest common factor of the monomial 12m2n3?

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I'm not clear on your terminology but I'm pretty sure it would look like this: 4(a-3). In this case 4 is the greatest common factor.

12ab

It is similar to finding the greatest common factor only you may have variables involved, so you may factor a constant and variable(s) which all terms are divisible by, for example: The common monomial factor in the following: 5x^2+5x would be 5x because both terms are divisible by 5 and x. 5x (x+1). Just find the constant and variable all terms are divisible by and then the product of those is your common monomial factor.

The least common factor is always one (1), regardless of what the greatest common factor is.

The greatest common factor of 8 and 32 is 8.

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It is not possible to give a sensible answer to this question. The greatest common factor (GCF) refers to a factor that is COMMON to two or more numbers or expressions. A monomial is only a single expression!

It is 6

6y6

35

the answer is 3x2

The GCF is 3x3y2.

6y6

You need at least two terms to find a GCF.

The GCF is 3xy.

The GCF of 11 and 64 is 1.

3(2x + 1)

You need at least two terms to find a GCF.

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