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In order to find the greatest common factor of two given numbers, you need to find all the factors of both the numbers and then identify the common factors.
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Factoring out the GCF Lesson

So, the the greatest common factor of 182664 and 154875 is 177. Now we find the GCF (177, 137688) 137688 - (177 * 777) = 159. 177 - (159 * 1) = 18. 159 - (18 * 8) = 15. 18 - (15 * 1) = 3. 15 - (3 * 5) = 0. So, the greatest common factor of 177

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Look for the GCF and then divide every term by the GCF to see what remains. Now, let's take a look at an example that involves more than one variable. Example 2: Factoring Polynomials Same process, you just have to be careful to

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