Yes, if you're comparing a number to itself.
Yes, the least common multiple of two numbers is always divisible by those numbers' greatest common factor.
There is no "greatest common multiple" for any pair of numbers. If you meant greatest common factor, the answer is 3.
the least common multiple is what the numbers you are using divide into. e.g. 3 and 6 have 12 as the common factor. the greatest common factor is what divides into your numbers. 6 and 9 have 3 as the greatest common factor
The greatest common multiple of any set of positive numbers is infinity.I suspect you actually want to know the greatest common factor and not multiple.The greatest common factor is 1.
Identify two numbers whose Greatest Common Factor is 24 and Least Common Multiple is 48?The two numbers are 12 and 24.
The greatest common factor between two numbers. There is no term.
The GCF of the numbers is the greatest common factor no matter what their relationship is. When one number is a multiple of another number, the GCF is the smaller number.
The greatest common multiple of any set of integers is infinite.
The least common multiple of two numbers is the product of the two numbers divided by their greatest common factor. The greatest common factor of 5 and 23 is 1. (See related question "What is the greatest common factor of 5 and 23?" for this calculation.) So, the least common multiple is 5 x 23 ÷ 1 = 115.
No, the GCF is the lesser of the numbers.
12 and 72
9 and any multiple of 9