# ALB 2

1.Find the greatest common factor in this problem.
12a3b2, 18a2b3, 6a4b4
2.Factor each of the following polynomials.
4s _ 6st _ 14st2

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1. Question 2 has a typo. Rewrite question 2 because it does not make sense.

Question 1:

Find the greatest common factor in this problem.

12a^3b^2, 18a^2b^3, 6a^4b^4

GCF = 36a^4b^4

Done!

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