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Q: Is 38 a factor of 100?

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No, 38 is not a factor of 100.

19 is the greatest prime factor of 38 5 is the greatest prime factor of 100

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gcf of 38 & 100 = 2

No, because 38 does not divide evenly into 100 with no remainder.

Because 38 doesn't divide evenly into 100 with no remainder.

Considering that 100 = (2^2)*(5^5) and 38 = (2^1)*(19^1), we can see that 2 is the greatest common prime factor between 100 and 38. If the question meant the greatest prime factor of either 100 or 38, then the answer is 19.

Put .38 over 100 to get 38/100. Simplify the fraction using the greatest common factor to get 19/50.

No, 38 is not a factor of 3.

Numbers less than 100 having 19 as a factor are 19, 38, 57, 76, and 95.

38 does not divide into 8 so, 8 is not a factor of 38.

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