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Write in factored form by factoring out the greatest common factor. 19p^2y + 38p^2y^3

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1 of 4We must write in factored form the given expression by factoring out *the greatest common factor* $(GCF)$:

$19p^2y + 38p^2y^3$

To find the greatest common factor, first factor the terms:

$\begin{align*} 19p^2y&=19\cdot p^2\cdot y \\ 38p^2y^3&=2\cdot 19 \cdot p ^2\cdot y^3 \end{align*}$

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