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# Factoring a GCF From an Expression

## Instructions

Factor a Greatest Common Factor (GCF) from each expression. Enter exponents using the ^ symbol. For example, "five x squared" should be entered as "5x^2".

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 S1 4x3 + 2x2 + 2x step-by-step
 1 x3 + x2 + x step-by-step
 2 15a + 12b + 6c step-by-step
 3 8x2 + -18y2 step-by-step
 4 x2y + 2y step-by-step
 5 z3 + 4z2 step-by-step
 6 4x2 + -4x step-by-step
 7 15x2 + -50x + -10 step-by-step
 8 121a + -11b step-by-step
 9 64c3 + -56c2 + 88c step-by-step
 10 10 + -10n + 10n2 step-by-step
 11 18k + 36k2 + 9k3 step-by-step
 12 33q3 + 33q2r + 33qr2 step-by-step
 13 18kxy + 4xy + 2k2xy step-by-step
 14 a3b2 + a3b4 + ab4 step-by-step
 15 7m + 7n + 7o step-by-step
 16 6q + 10q2 + 8q3 step-by-step
 17 c3 + -5c step-by-step
 18 k4 + 2k3 + 3k2 + 4k step-by-step
 19 14dj + 14ej step-by-step
 20 m3n2 + -1m2n3 step-by-step

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