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Factor the GCF of a polynomial. -16h^9 + 24h^4

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1. Identify the greatest common factor (GCF) of the coefficients -16 and 24 . The GCF of -16 and 24 is 8 .

2. Identify the lowest power ofh in the terms h^9 and h^4 . The lowest power is h^4 .

3. Factor out8h^4 from both terms:

-16h^9 + 24h^4 = 8h^4(-2h^5 + 3)

The factored form of the polynomial is:

8h^4(-2h^5 + 3)

2. Identify the lowest power of

3. Factor out

The factored form of the polynomial is:

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