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Posted by **Diana** on Sunday, June 24, 2007 at 7:09pm.

(6y^2-3y)(y+7)

3y(2y-1)(y+7) 3y will be the greatest common factor, as each term when you multiply it out will have a 3y.

In case you want to work it out..

3y(2y^2+13y -7)

6y^3 + 39y^2 -21y and the GCF is of course 3y.

- mat 117/algebra -
**rpchelle**, Wednesday, September 28, 2011 at 9:41am5+2y-2=6y+5-3y

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