That's a common factor.
Yes, by definition a factor divides a number exactly
It is called a factor
It is a factor of the number to be divided
It is a factor of both numbers
No. A factor is a number which divides exactly into another number. So the factors of 150 are: 1,2,3,5,10,15,25,50,75.
Yes. A factor is a number that divides exactly (wholly) into a larger number (without going into the decimals). Three times 4284 equals 12852. Of course 12852 has other factor numbers as well, as it can be divisible by many other numbers too.
is a 'factor' of the second number.
The greatest (or highest) common factor is the highest number that divides exactly into two or more numbers. The greatest common factor of 14 and 15 is 1
A factor or a divisor.
A common factor.
The greatest common factor is a number that divides evenly into two or more numbers. It is also called the highest common factor or greatest common divisor.
Factor, in maths terms means "a number that divides into a given number with no remainders". You may be asked to find the "highest common factor" that two number share - this is the "biggest number that divides into both the given numbers, with no remainders".
A factor or a divisor.
Greatest common factor.
The Lowest Common Factor of ANY set of numbers is 1 - it is the smallest positive integer that divides exactly into each of the numbers which will always be 1. Perhaps you meant either: HIGHEST Common Factor - the greatest integer which divides exactly into each of the numbers; HCF(5, 7, 10) = 1 However, I suspect that you really wanted the Lowest Common MULTIPLE which is the smallest number into which all the numbers divide exactly; LCM(5, 7, 10) = 70.
The greatest common factor is the highest number that divides exactly into two or more numbers. Factors are numbers you can multiply together to get another number. Therefore, the common factors of 15 and 25 are 5 and 1.
By dividing it by all numbers smaller than itself and if any number divides it exactly with a remainder of '0' then it is a factor. 2 is a prime number and apart from 1 and itself it does not have any factors.
It's never. A factor divides into a number without remainder, so the biggest it can be is the number itself.
It divides it.
The greatest common factor, or GCF.
A factor of a number is a number that divides into it evenly.
H.C.F stands for highest common factor. That means the highest number which is a factor of all the numbers, that is the highest number that divides all the numbers without remainder. As such, it is just a number with no units.
A number that divides into a whole number evenly is called a "factor" of that number.