Chloe S.

asked • 10/26/15

Finding the GCF and LCM of monomials

The Facts: 
A hardware store has two pieces of glass. The area of the first piece is represented by the monomial 36x^2y^3. The area of the second piece is represented by the monomial 48x^3y^5.
Question A: 
Both pieces of glass have the same length. What is the largest possible length? (Explain) 
Question B: 
What are the widths of two pieces of glass? (Explain) 
Question C: 
What is the least common multiple of the widths of the glass? 
Thank you! This is the only problem I'm stuck on in my study guide review! 

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David W. answered • 10/26/15

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