Algebra
posted by Mary .
Factoring Polynomials GCF and Quadratic Expressions:
5b^2k^2+25bk^2250k^2
The answer I figured was GCF for the polynomial is 5 and the GCF for the variable is bk^2. Is this correct.

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Reiny
I see 5k^2 as the GCF, the last term does not contain b
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