8 and 6 is 2. We will now calculate the prime factors of 8 and 6, than find the greatest common factor
2a^2b (2a^2 - 3b + 6a)
Step-by-step explanation: its just 2
the GCF of 6a, 8a^2, and 14 is 2.
2 it is 2 I hope it is right
Ironically it is the lowest index which is the Greatest common factor. (You cannot get more from a term than what is there.)
Make sure that a particular base is in both terms and use the lowest power for the GCF.
There is no b factor in the second term, so it cannot be common.
The opposite happens when find the LOWEST common multiple . then it is the HIGHEST power which has to be used, because the LCM has to contain the whole of each term
8a is the common favor of 6a
hope this helps!!