How to use prime factorization to find gcf

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How do you find the LCM and GCF (of two or more numbers

How to Find the Greatest Common Factor of a Polynomial? The greatest common factor of a polynomial can be found by following the steps listed below: Step 1: Observe all the terms of the given polynomial carefully. Step 2: Find the

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Using Prime Factorizations

1) Write the Prime Factorization of each number. In other words, express each number as a product of numbers written in an exponential form. Obviously, the base will always be a prime