 # GCF & LCM - Monomials.

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GCF & LCM - Monomials

GCF & LCM - Monomials GCF – greatest common factor

GCF & LCM - Monomials GCF – greatest common factor 1st find the largest integer that will divide all coefficients 2nd - use the smallest exponent of all SHARED variables

GCF & LCM - Monomials GCF – greatest common factor 1st find the largest integer that will divide all coefficients 2nd - use the smallest exponent of all SHARED variables

GCF & LCM - Monomials GCF – greatest common factor 1st find the largest integer that will divide all coefficients 2nd - use the smallest exponent of all SHARED variables

GCF & LCM - Monomials GCF – greatest common factor 1st find the largest integer that will divide all coefficients 2nd - use the smallest exponent of all SHARED variables

GCF & LCM - Monomials GCF – greatest common factor 1st find the largest integer that will divide all coefficients 2nd - use the smallest exponent of all SHARED variables

GCF & LCM - Monomials GCF – greatest common factor 1st find the largest integer that will divide all coefficients 2nd - use the smallest exponent of all SHARED variables

GCF & LCM - Monomials GCF – greatest common factor 1st find the largest integer that will divide all coefficients 2nd - use the smallest exponent of all SHARED variables

GCF & LCM - Monomials GCF – greatest common factor 1st find the largest integer that will divide all coefficients 2nd - use the smallest exponent of all SHARED variables

GCF & LCM - Monomials GCF – greatest common factor 1st find the largest integer that will divide all coefficients 2nd - use the smallest exponent of all SHARED variables

GCF & LCM - Monomials GCF – greatest common factor 1st find the largest integer that will divide all coefficients 2nd - use the smallest exponent of all SHARED variables

GCF & LCM - Monomials GCF – greatest common factor 1st find the largest integer that will divide all coefficients 2nd - use the smallest exponent of all SHARED variables

GCF & LCM - Monomials GCF – greatest common factor 1st find the largest integer that will divide all coefficients 2nd - use the smallest exponent of all SHARED variables

GCF & LCM - Monomials LCM – least common multiple 1st find the smallest shared multiple 2nd - use the largest exponents of all variables

GCF & LCM - Monomials LCM – least common multiple 1st find the smallest shared multiple 2nd - use the largest exponents of all variables

GCF & LCM - Monomials LCM – least common multiple 1st find the smallest shared multiple 2nd - use the largest exponents of all variables

GCF & LCM - Monomials LCM – least common multiple 1st find the smallest shared multiple 2nd - use the largest exponents of all variables

GCF & LCM - Monomials LCM – least common multiple 1st find the smallest shared multiple 2nd - use the largest exponents of all variables

GCF & LCM - Monomials LCM – least common multiple 1st find the smallest shared multiple 2nd - use the largest exponents of all variables

GCF & LCM - Monomials LCM – least common multiple 1st find the smallest shared multiple 2nd - use the largest exponents of all variables

GCF & LCM - Monomials LCM – least common multiple 1st find the smallest shared multiple 2nd - use the largest exponents of all variables

GCF & LCM - Monomials LCM – least common multiple 1st find the smallest shared multiple 2nd - use the largest exponents of all variables

GCF & LCM - Monomials LCM – least common multiple 1st find the smallest shared multiple 2nd - use the largest exponents of all variables

GCF & LCM - Monomials LCM – least common multiple 1st find the smallest shared multiple 2nd - use the largest exponents of all variables

GCF & LCM - Monomials LCM – least common multiple 1st find the smallest shared multiple 2nd - use the largest exponents of all variables