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Finding a GCF of Two Terms

Instructions

Find the Greatest Common Factor (GCF) of the two terms. Enter exponents using the ^ symbol. For example, "five x squared" should be entered as "5x^2".

Checking Your Answers

Enter an answer in each box, then click the "Check Worksheet" button at the bottom of the page to automatically check each answer.  You may also check your answers manually by referring to the Answer Sheet.

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2a^2 2a
1
2xy 2x^2y^2
2
6a^2 9a^2
3
100x 30y
4
30a^2 40b^2
5
10z^4y^3 1x^3
6
x^3 x^2
7
3 9x
8
v^2 2v^3
9
2p^2 2p^1
10
12xyz 40x^2y^2z^2
11
21x 21x^2y^2
12
49x^3y^2 42x^2y
13
5u^2v^3 6uv^4
14
2m^2n 3mn^2
15
pq 7pr
16
9tu^2v 21t^2u^3v^3
17
9x 4y
18
q^2r^2 qr
19
49a 42a
20
36qx 54r
   
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