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Emireee:

What's the greatest common factor of 5x+20?

Meticulous:

5 5 is the greatest number that 5 and 20 are divisible by 5/5=1 20/5=4

Emireee:

ok thank you

Alyssabaddie16:

−5,−1,1,5 - 5 , - 1 , 1 , 5 .

KIllerwolfdaone:

this could probably help

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Isolation:

Obviously this problem insinuates you'll be doing reverse distributive property later So for 5x+20, just find the Greatest Common Factor, which is 5, so you would do 5(x+4)

Emireee:

thank you isolation

Isolation:

np

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