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Find H.C.F. of: \(2x,3y^{2},4\)

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Given: \(2x,3y^{2},4\)
Factors of \(2x=2\times(x)\times 1\) ...(i)
Factors of \(3y^2=3\times(y)\times(y)\times1\) ...(ii)
Factors of \(4=2\times2\times1\) ...(iii)
From (i),(ii) and (iii) we get that only \(1\) is a common factor of \(2x,3y^{2},4\).
\(\therefore\) H.C.F. of \(2x,3y^{2},4 =1\).
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