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Q: How can you rewrite the sum 32 56 as a product of the gcf and another sum?

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The GCF in this case is 3. 75 + 18 = 93 93/3 = 31 Rewriting 31 as another sum seems unnecessary, but sure. (30+1) * 3 = 93 = 75 + 18.

9(2 + 3)

3 (21+5)

11(5 + 6)

5(8 + 5)

(4 x 9) + (5 x 9) = (9 x 9)c= 81

4 x 13

9(2 + 3)

7(7 + 9)

(15 x 1) + (15 x 3) = 15 x 4 = 60

It is 9*(2 + 3)

5(8 + 5)

7(5 + 6)

32 + 20 = 4 x (8 + 5)

9(2 + 3)

(4 x 8) = (4 x 5) = 4 x 13 = 52

This question requires more information in order for it to make any sense at all! You cannot have a sum of a number: you need two or more numbers. A single number cannot have a GCF. The GCF needs to be COMMON to two or more numbers.

(11 x 4) + (10 x 4) = 21 x 4 = 84

30 + 54 = (5 x 6) + (9 x 6) = 14 x 6 = 84

It requires you to express the sum as the product of the GCF and, in parentheses, the sum of the two numbers divided by their GCF.So, for example,36 + 24 = 12*(3 + 2).

The gcf of 63 and 15 is 3

The GCF of 75 and 90 is 15.

Not too sure of your question but the GCF of 75 and 90 is 15

(7 x 8) + (8 x 8) = 15 x 8 = 120

(2 x 9) + (3 x 9) = 5 x 9 = 45

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