Recent questions in Factors and multiples

Pre-AlgebraAnswered question

caigis72da 2023-03-31

One number is 2 more than 3 times another. Their sum is 22. Find the numbers

8, 14

5, 17

2, 20

4, 18

10, 12

8, 14

5, 17

2, 20

4, 18

10, 12

Pre-AlgebraAnswered question

acomodats89m8 2023-03-30

Perform the indicated operation and simplify the result. Leave your answer in factored form

$\left[\frac{(4x-8)}{(-3x)}\right].\left[\frac{12}{(12-6x)}\right]$

Pre-AlgebraAnswered question

opplettmcgx 2023-03-27

Find the greatest common factor of 4 and 12 using prime factorization.

A)1;

B)2;

C)3;

D)4

A)1;

B)2;

C)3;

D)4

Pre-AlgebraAnswered question

Semaj Benjamin 2023-03-27

How to find the greatest common factor of $80{x}^{3},30y{x}^{2}$?

Pre-AlgebraAnswered question

smallcrystalslpxs 2023-03-26

525 = 5 $\times $_

A. 110

B. 105

C. 102

D. 100

A. 110

B. 105

C. 102

D. 100

Pre-AlgebraAnswered question

Erin Stafford 2023-03-25

Which among the following is a factor of x^2+x/6−1/6?

3x+1

2x+1

x−1/5

x−1/2

3x+1

2x+1

x−1/5

x−1/2

Pre-AlgebraAnswered question

Jaquan Ramsey 2023-03-25

How to write the sum of the number 63+15 as the product of their GCF and another sum?

Pre-AlgebraAnswered question

Marin Mills 2023-03-22

Find the product of (7x−4y) and (3x−7y).

A. $21{x}^{2}+28{y}^{2}+61xy$

B. $21{x}^{2}-28{y}^{2}-61xy$

C. $21{x}^{2}+28{y}^{2}-61xy$

D. $21{x}^{2}+28{y}^{2}-37xy$

A. $21{x}^{2}+28{y}^{2}+61xy$

B. $21{x}^{2}-28{y}^{2}-61xy$

C. $21{x}^{2}+28{y}^{2}-61xy$

D. $21{x}^{2}+28{y}^{2}-37xy$

Pre-AlgebraAnswered question

Jax Shea 2023-03-22

The strength of the force friction depends on which two factors?

Pre-AlgebraAnswered question

zookeeper1930r8k 2023-03-22

How to find the greatest common factor of 55, 75?

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