 # 11.1 – The Greatest Common Factor (GCF)

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11.1 – The Greatest Common Factor (GCF)
Constants

11.1 – The Greatest Common Factor (GCF)
Variables

11.1 – The Greatest Common Factor (GCF)

11.1 – The Greatest Common Factor (GCF)

11.1 – The Greatest Common Factor (GCF)

11.1 – The Greatest Common Factor (GCF)

11.2 – Factoring Trinomials with a = 1
20 is the result of the product of 4 and 5. 9 is the result of the sum of 4 and 5. Factors of 20 are:

11.2 – Factoring Trinomials with a = 1
Factors of 24 are: 1, 24 2, 12 3, 8 4, 6

11.2 – Factoring Trinomials with a = 1
Factors of 22 are: 1, 22 2, 11

11.2 – Factoring Trinomials with a = 1
Factors of 50 are: 1, 50 2, 25 5,10

11.2 – Factoring Trinomials with a = 1
Factors of 36 are: 1, 36 2, 18 3, 12 4, 9 6, 6

11.2 – Factoring Trinomials with a = 1
Factors of 40 are: 1, 40 2, 20 4,10 5, 8

11.2 – Factoring Trinomials with a = 1
Factors of 30 are: 1, 30 2, 15 3, 10 5, 6

11.2 – Factoring Trinomials with a = 1
Factors of 9 are: 1, 9 3, 3

11.2 – Factoring Trinomials with a = 1
Factors of 6 are: 1, 6 2, 3