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The Greatest Factor of All Flashcards
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The Greatest Factor of All
True or False
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Algebraic Expressions: The Greatest Factor of All True or False
1.
What is the greatest common factor in the expression 6
x
^{2}
y
+ 4
xy
- 10
y
- 20
y
^{2}
? -> 2
y
True
False
2.
What is the greatest common factor in the expression 9
x
^{3}
yz
+ 6
x
^{2}
y
- 18
x
^{5}
z
? -> 3
x
^{2}
True
False
3.
Using the distributive property on the expression - ( - 2 + 5
x
) produces -> 2 + 5
x
True
False
4.
Multiply 3
a
(
a
+ 2
b
). -> None of the above
True
False
5.
Multiply out the expression
using the distributive property. What is the greatest common factor in the resulting expression? -> 2
x
^{2}
True
False
6.
Factor the expression - 2
x
- 4
y
. -> - 2(
x
+ 2
y
)
True
False
7.
Which of the following statements is true? -> 3
x
and 2
y
are terms in the expression 2
x
- 3
y
.
True
False
8.
Factor
abc
+ 3
a
^{2}
bc
+
ab
^{2}
c
^{3}
. ->
abc
(1 + 3
a
+
bc
^{2}
)
True
False
9.
Factor π
a
+ π
^{2}
b
+ π
c
^{2}
. -> π (
a
+
b
^{2}
+
c
^{2}
)
True
False
10.
Which of the following multiplies out to give the expression
ax
^{2}
+
bx
+
c
? -> None of the above
True
False
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