# How do you write the sum of the number 30+54 as the product of their GCF and another sum?

Let's first get the GCF. by factorizing both numbers,

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To write the sum of 30 and 54 as the product of their greatest common factor (GCF) and another sum, you first find the GCF of 30 and 54, which is 6. Then, you express each number as a product of the GCF and another number:

30 = 6 * 5 54 = 6 * 9

Now, rewrite the original sum using these expressions:

30 + 54 = (6 * 5) + (6 * 9)

Next, factor out the GCF:

30 + 54 = 6 * (5 + 9)

So, the sum of 30 and 54 can be written as the product of their GCF (6) and the sum of 5 and 9.

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