How to factor equations with exponents

1. Find the greatest common factor of the coefficients and the exponents. To do this, take the greatest common factor of the numbers and the smallest exponent of each variable. 2.

Factoring Expressions with Exponents

For example, when factoring {eq}x^2y^6 + x^4y^3 {/eq}, the greatest exponent number that both variables share needs to be found for x and y. The highest number for the variable x would be 2 and

How to Factor Higher Exponents

Solving Equations with Exponents: xm=k. If m is even: x = ±m√ k. If m is odd: x = m√ k. For

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