Yes, the least common multiple of two numbers is always divisible by those numbers' greatest common factor.
Yes, that is correct.
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The number 1 will always be a common factor of any pair of numbers. If the other factors of two different numbers are all different, then the greatest common factor is the number 1.
No, the greatest common factor of two even numbers is not always two. For instance, the GCF of 4 and 8 is 4.
No. The greatest common factor of any two or more numbers is always the single highest common factor.
The greatest common factor of two numbers has to show up on the lists of factors of both numbers.
It will always be 1.
No, but it's always an even number.
There is no greatest common multiple of two numbers. For whatever number you come up with I can always add the lowest common multiple of the numbers to get an even higher common multiple.
The greatest common factor of the numbers 466 and 724 is the number 2. The greatest common factor is the largest number that will divide evenly into at least two different numbers.
The greatest common factor of two distinct primes is always 1.
The number will vary, but it will always be odd.