Algebra - More complex highest common factors
More complex highest common factors
The highest common factor (HCF) is the largest factor that two or more
terms of an algebraic expression have in common. Sometimes the HCF is
common to three or more terms, or it is in a more complex form.
To find more complex HCFs look for:
(a) the highest common factor of each number in each term; and
(b) the pronumerals (or algebraic expressions) that are common to each
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