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GCF & LCM - Monomials Monomials include VARIABLES!! For example: 36xy 2

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GCF Use division and the T chart to find the BIGGEST number they have in common. Use the SMALLEST exponent numbers for the variables they have in common LCM Use multiplication and the T chart to find the SMALLEST number they have in common. Use the BIGGEST exponent numbers for the variables

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GCF – greatest common factor 1 st - Find the GCF of the numbers 2 nd - use the smallest exponent of all SHARED variables

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GCF – greatest common factor 1 st - Find the GCF of the numbers 2 nd - use the smallest exponent of all SHARED variables

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GCF – greatest common factor 1 st - Find the GCF of the numbers 2 nd - use the smallest exponent of all SHARED variables GCF = 3___

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GCF – greatest common factor 1 st - Find the GCF of the numbers 2 nd - use the smallest exponent of all SHARED variables GCF= 3x_y_

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GCF – greatest common factor 1 st - Find the GCF of the numbers 2 nd - use the smallest exponent of all SHARED variables GCF=3x 2 y 2

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GCF – greatest common factor 1 st - Find the GCF of the numbers 2 nd - use the smallest exponent of all SHARED variables

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GCF – greatest common factor 1 st - Find the GCF of the numbers 2 nd - use the smallest exponent of all SHARED variables GCF=5_____

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GCF – greatest common factor 1 st - Find the GCF of the numbers 2 nd - use the smallest exponent of all SHARED variables GCF=5a_b_

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GCF – greatest common factor 1 st - Find the GCF of the numbers 2 nd - use the smallest exponent of all SHARED variables GCF=5a 1 b 3 OR GCF=5ab 3

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LCM – least common multiple 1 st - Find the LCM of the numbers 2 nd - use the largest exponents of all variables

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LCM – least common multiple 1 st - Find the LCM of the numbers 2 nd - use the largest exponents of all variables

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LCM – least common multiple 1 st - Find the LCM of the numbers 2 nd - use the largest exponents of all variables The LCM of 3 and 4 is 12 LCM= 12____

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LCM – least common multiple 1 st - Find the LCM of the numbers 2 nd - use the largest exponents of all variables The LCM of 3 and 4 is 12 LCM= 12x 5 ___

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LCM – least common multiple 1 st - Find the LCM of the numbers 2 nd - use the largest exponents of all variables The LCM of 3 and 4 is 12 LCM= 12x 5 y 4

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LCM – least common multiple 1 st - Find the LCM of the numbers 2 nd - use the largest exponents of all variables

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LCM – least common multiple 1 st - Find the LCM of the numbers 2 nd - use the largest exponents of all variables The LCM of 18 and 10 is 90 LCM= 90______

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LCM – least common multiple 1 st - Find the LCM of the numbers 2 nd - use the largest exponents of all variables The LCM of 18 and 10 is 90 LCM= 90x 3 y 1 z 3 OR LCM= 90x 3 yz 3

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