What is the GCF of 9 and 21?

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What is the GCF of 15 and 45? **Weegy:** 3 x 5 = 15
3 x 5 x 3 = 45
3 x 5 = 15 GFC (More)

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Factor this polynomial: 12x + 10
a. 6(2x+5)
b. 5(2x+6)
c. 2(5x+6)
d. 2(6x+5)
**Weegy:** 12x + 10 = 2(6x + 5) **User:** Factor this polynomial: 12x + 8 a. 3(4x+2) b. 2(4x+3) c. 4(3x+2) d. 4(2x+3)
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12x + 8 = 3(4x + 2)

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Factor this polynomial: 21x – 18 a. 7(3x-6) b. 3(7x+6) c. 3(7x-6) d. 6(3x+7)
**Weegy:** c. 3(7x-6) is the factor of polynomial 21x – 18 **User:** Factor this polynomial: 2x + 3xy
a. x(2-3y)
b. x(3+2y)
c. x(2+3y)
d. x(3-2y)
**Weegy:** c. x(2+3y) is the factor of polynomial 2x + 3xy **User:** Factor this polynomial: x2 – 4x
a. x(x-4)
b. x(x+4)
c. x(4-x)
d. x(-x-4)
**Weegy:** a. x(x-4) is the factor of polynomial x2 – 4x **User:** Factor this polynomial: x2y + 3xy
a. xy(-x+3)
b. xy(x+3)
c. xy(-x-3)
d. xy(x-3)
**Weegy:** b. xy(x+3) is the factor of polynomial x2y + 3xy **User:** Factor this polynomial: xyz + 2xz – 3xy
a. x(-yz+2z-3y)
b. x(yz-2z-3y)
c. x(yz+2z-3y)
d. x(yz+2z+3y)
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User: Factor this polynomial: –3xy + 3y a. 3y(x+1) b. 3y(-x-1) c. 3y(-x+1) d. 3y(x-1)

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Factor this polynomial: –4x – 12
a. -4(x+3)
b. -4(-x-3)
c. -4(-x+3)
d. -4(x-3)
**Weegy:** –4x – 12 = -4(x + 3) **User:** Factor this polynomial: xyz + 2xz – 3xy a. x(-yz+2z-3y) b. x(yz-2z-3y) c. x(yz+2z-3y) d. x(yz+2z+3y)
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xyz + 2xz – 3xy = x(yz + 2z - 3y)

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