Finding a GCF of Two Terms
Find the Greatest Common Factor (GCF) of the two terms.
Checking Your Answers
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Example:
2a^2 2a
Answer: 2a
Quiz:

2xy 2x^2y^2

6a^2 9a^2

100x 30y

30a^2 40b^2

10z^4y^3 1x^3

x^3 x^2

3 9x

v^2 2v^3

2p^2 2p^1

12xyz 40x^2y^2z^2

21x 21x^2y^2

49x^3y^2 42x^2y

5u^2v^3 6uv^4

2m^2n 3mn^2

pq 7pr

9tu^2v 21t^2u^3v^3

9x 4y

q^2r^2 qr

49a 42a

36qx 54r
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