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Q: Is 38 factor of a 100?

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No.

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.

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.

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

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

No, 38 is not a factor of 3.

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

% rate = 38% = 38/100 * 100% = 38 * 1% = 38%

The greatest common factor of 38 and 76 is 38.

The factor pairs for 38 are (1, 19) and (2, 38).

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