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Multiply. 3(x + 7) 5x(2x - 4) 7(-3x + 10) -8x(4x – 5). Algebra 1. Chapter 8 Section 2 Factoring by Greatest Common Factors. Greatest Common Factor. The largest expression that can go into 2 or more expressions evenly. GCF Factoring. U Try. Sometimes you can factor out a binomial.

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Multiply
• 3(x + 7)
• 5x(2x - 4)
• 7(-3x + 10)
• -8x(4x – 5)

### Algebra 1

Chapter 8 Section 2

Factoring by

Greatest Common Factors

Greatest Common Factor
• The largest expression that can go into 2 or more expressions evenly
U try

9x(x + 4)-5(4 + x)

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