Q: What 2 multiples of 850 can you divide and get 850?

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To find half of $850, simply divide $850 by 2, which will give you $425.

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Even. If you can divide the number by two and the result is a whole number, then it is even. 850 divided by 2 = 425.

If the GCF of two numbers is 850, both numbers are multiples of 850. Multiples of 850 include 850, 1700, 2250 and so on. The smallest two numbers that have a GCF of 850 are 850 and 1700. But 1700 is divisible by 850. 1700 and 2250 are the next two smallest and are not divisible by each other.

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