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what is the greatest common factor? 8y^3-12y^2
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Weegy: Answer. 3y - 20 = 8y, y = -4. y - 7 = 2y - 6, y = -1. 5y + 8 = 7y, y = 4. 3y = y + 22, y = 11. 2y + 6 = -y - 8, y = -4 2/3. 4y + 8 = 6y - 4, y = 6
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The greatest common factor of 8y^3-12y^2 is 4y^2.
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