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Thanks, Chris, for teaching us how to find and factor out the greatest common
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factor or GCF. For this practice problem, I want you to factor out the GCF and
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put the GCF in front, and the remaining terms in parentheses following. So we
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have 27 q squared p cubed, minus 18 q squared p squared, plus 45 q p cubed. Put
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your answer in this box.