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Running head: GREATEST COMMON FACTOR 1 Greatest Common Factor Assignment Kimberly Bridges Aspen University Prof. Oleg Maksimov MAT130: Concepts of Fundamental Mathematics Sept 15, 2020
GREATEST COMMON FACTOR 2 Greatest Common Factor which is a factor of two or more numbers[ CITATION BYJ20 \l 2057 ]. For our case here the number 12 is the largest factor that divides both 36 and 60 to result to a natural number.How do you determine whether to use plus or minus signs in the binomial factors of atrinomial of the form x2 + bx + c where b and c may be positive or negative numbers?

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