What is the greatest common monomial factor of 8c?
Greatest Common Factor:
The greatest common factor (GCF) of a set of terms is the largest term that evenly divides into each term in the set. In order to identify the GCF of a set of terms, first identify the GCF of the coefficients by either listing out all factors and identifying the largest number or using prime factorization and multiplying all common factors. Then, if applicable, identify the GCF of each variable base by identifying common bases with the smallest exponent.
Answer and Explanation:
It is not possible to identify the greatest common monomial factor of one value. There must be at least two terms present.
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from GMAT Prep: Help and ReviewChapter 9 / Lesson 17