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Homework Help: Math 117

Posted by Jan on Monday, July 26, 2010 at 4:40pm.

When finding the GCF of a polynomial, can it ever be larger than the smallest coefficient or smaller than the smallest coefficent?

I am stuck and I am not sure on this questio. Any help you can provide me would be great. Thanks!

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