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# Consider the following set of monomials.

Find a subset of A such that the GCF of its elements is 1 .

Hint:

### The highest number that divides exactly into two or more numbers is known as GCF.

- An algebraic expression consisting only one term is called monomial.
- A subset is a set each of whose element is an element of an inclusive set.

## The correct answer is: The subset will be {2x,9y}.

- We have been a set of monomials in the question.
- We have to find the subset of A such that the GCF of its elements is 1.

Step 1 of 1:

We have given a set of monomials.

For GCF equal to one

There should not be any common element except 1.

So, The subset will be

{2x,9y}.

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