Posted by **Kyle** on Monday, October 9, 2006 at 7:49pm.

Factor 2ab(c-d)+10d(c-d)

I would like to know how to do this. Thanks.

(c-d) is a common factor, so you pull it out:

(c-d)(2ab + 10d)

Oh, then you can pull a 2 out:

(c-d)(2)(ab + 5d)

Thanks!

you're welcome!!

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