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# Question Video: Factoring by Finding the Highest Common Factor Mathematics • First Year of Preparatory School

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Factor 15π + 15π completely.

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Factor 15π plus 15π completely.

Weβre given the expression 15π plus 15π. We know that 15π equals 15 times π, and we know that 15π equals 15 times π. Both values have a common factor of 15, which means 15 is the highest common factor. And if we undistribute this 15, we can write 15π plus 15π like this. 15 times π plus π. We know that this is true based on the distributive property, which tells us π times π plus π is equal to π times π plus π times π. Since weβre not given any other information, this expression is factored as 15 times π plus π.

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