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Could you help me with the other one.

11b*6, 11b*4K*2, 19b*4

I think this would be b*4 since I don't see anything in commone with the whole number.

I greatly appreciate your help.

Thanks.

What do you mean with b*6; b to the power 6? If so, show this way: b^6.kconstien said:11b*6, 11b*4K*2, 19b*4

I think this would be b*4 since I don't see anything in commone with the whole number.

If you mean b times 6, then 11b*6 = 66b: quite a different animal!

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If you get stuck, please reply showing your work and reasoning, starting with your complete factorization of each term. Thank you.

Eliz.

Sometimes easier if you pretend you're adding the terms:kconstien said:The question is find the GCF of

11b^6, 11b^4k^2, 19b^4

11b^6 + 11b^4k^2 + 19b^4

= b^4(? + ? + ?)