In this lesson, you will learn how to factor out the greatest common factor (GCF) of a binomial. You can find the GCF by identifying the largest number that can divide into both terms of the binomial. Then, you can factor out this number and simplify the remaining terms to get the final answer. The lesson also covers how to factor out variables with exponents, and how to divide them correctly to find the GCF.
Learn how to factor a binomial
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How do I factor out the GCF of a binomial?
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This lesson shows how to factor a binomial by factoring out the GCF of the terms in the binomial.