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Math Vocabulary GCF (Greatest Common Factor): The highest number that can divide INTO two or more given numbers
Finding GCF When finding GCF… finding the highest #, the given number(s) can be divided by… usually = to smallest given # or smaller
Finding GCF Find the GCF of 40 and 60 can GCF = 40 must be less than 40 GCF = 20
Finding GCF Find the GCF of 6a³b and 4a²b GCF of #s Common variable(s) Lowest exponent of each variable GCF = 2a²b
Finding GCF Find the GCF of 12r³s⁵t² and 8r²s⁴t⁸ GCF of #s Common variable(s) Lowest exponent of each variable GCF = 4r²s⁴t³
Practice Find the GCF a) 8, 20 b) 12a, 15bc c) 15m²n, 45m d) 14fg³h⁹, 35f ⁵h⁴
Homework p. 183-184 #11-15, 29-44, 58-61
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Do Now Find the GCF of each set of numbers. 1)34, 51 2)36, 72 3)21, 42, 56.
Greatest Common Factor The Greatest Common Factor is the largest number that will divide into a group of numbers Examples: 1.6, , 55 GCF = 3 GCF.
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Bell Ringer Find the GCF and LCM 180x 4 y and 168x 2 y 5.
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Greatest Common Factor Lesson 3-3. Greatest Common Factor (GCF) The greatest common factor is the largest factor that two numbers share. Let’s find the.
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