What is the greatest common factor of the terms in the expression 36 a + 54 a b minus 27 b? A. 9

B. 9ab

C. 18

D. 18ab

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B. 9ab

C. 18

D. 18ab

the top answer is not a valuable source because it is incorrect. the answer is in fact not C because I did the quiz with the same question and I selected A and got the answer right. so the answer is A-9

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The correct answer is 9

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The answer is 9

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uhm the last gurl was wrong pretty sure its 9 plain

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18a is the greatest common factor

c

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i think

9

Step-by-step explanation: because you can only factorise it as this:

9 ( 4a+6ab+ 3b) and the terms in the brackets are not like anymore

36a + 54ab - 27b18 does not go into all ur terms evenly...but 9 does...so 9 is a factor. And since all 3 of ur terms do not have the same variables, u cant factor out a variable. Therefore, the only thing u can factor out is 9.

so ur answer is 9

9

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