Algebra
posted by Bob
Factor the GCF out of 5x2  10x?
I know I need to find the GCF of the coefficients but I need to write it using the distributive property. Help please?

Reiny
5x^2  10x
= 5x(x  2)
expand using the distributive property to see that it is correct.
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