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OpenStudy (anonymous):

Factor out the GCF of the polynomials 10x^3– 5x^2+ 15 my answer; 5x(2x^2– 5x + 3) ????

OpenStudy (anonymous):

x cannot be factored from the last term

OpenStudy (anonymous):

So what would that leave you with the GCF being?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

5x(2x^2– x + 3)

OpenStudy (anonymous):

if you solve that you won't get your original

OpenStudy (anonymous):

close though

OpenStudy (anonymous):

5(2x^3– x^2+ 3)

OpenStudy (anonymous):

I am confuse

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