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Q: If you know a factor of a number an you find another factor explain?

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Factors come in pairs. If you know one factor, divide it into the number. The answer will be another factor.

Yes you can find an answer.

That presumes that you already have one. Take the one you have and divide it into the number. Voila! Another factor.

It means that you find out the size of part of the number but not all of it.

84 factor is

10

When wanting to find the factor of 40 you will have to do a little work. You have to find all the number that will dived into 40.

At least another number is needed to find their GCF

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A whole number, f, is a factor of another whole number, n, if f goes into n some exact number of times - that is, it leaves no remainder. Another way of putting it is: if you have a number n, then f is a factor of n if you can find a number, g (not necessarily different), such that f*g = n

to find a factor of a number you have to 1. find the hcf (highest common factor) 2. find how many times the hcf goes into your number AND THAT IS YOUR ANSWER!

Divide the number by one of the known factors. Then divide the quotient by another factor. Continue with all the known factors. What you are left with at the end is the missing factor.

The greatest factor of any number is the number itself.

You can 'factor' a number to find the numbers whose products make that number.

Factor it. Once you find a third factor, it's composite.

The factors of 84 are 1,2,3,4,6,7,12,14,21,28,42 and 84. To find a greatest common factor, you need to compare them to another number's factors.

Divide 11 into the number. If it comes out even, it's a factor.

42 is a factor of itself.

You need at least two numbers to find a GCF.

16080,240,2,220,2,2,2102,2,2,25,2,2,2,2,2You need another number to compare this one with to find a GCF or an LCM.

You divide by one prime after another until you find a factor. Then you repeat the process with the quotient, starting with that factor.You divide by one prime after another until you find a factor. Then you repeat the process with the quotient, starting with that factor.You divide by one prime after another until you find a factor. Then you repeat the process with the quotient, starting with that factor.You divide by one prime after another until you find a factor. Then you repeat the process with the quotient, starting with that factor.

A factor tree will show you the prime factorization of 88. Comparing that prime factorization of 88 and another number will you show you the GCF between the two. You need at least two numbers to find a GCF.

To find a common factor, you need another number to have common (shared) factor with. However, with any set of numbers, the Least Common FACTOR (the smallest (positive) whole number which divides into each of the numbers without any remainder) will always be 1.

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