#### Answer

$7x^{4}(x^{2}-x+1)$

#### Work Step by Step

$7x^{6}-7x^{5}+7x^{4}$
Since $7x^{4}$ is common to all the terms, we get
$7x^{4}(x^{2}-x+1)$.

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$7x^{4}(x^{2}-x+1)$

$7x^{6}-7x^{5}+7x^{4}$
Since $7x^{4}$ is common to all the terms, we get
$7x^{4}(x^{2}-x+1)$.

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