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Q: What are the factor of 16 and 42?

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Because 16 is a factor of 16, but it's not a factor of 42. So a number that's a factor of both 16 and 42 must be less than 16. (It can't be more than 16, because no factor of 16 can be bigger than 16.)

The greatest common factor of 16 and 42 is 2.

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Yes, the greatest common factor of 16 and 42 can be and is less than 16. The GCF of 16 and 42 is 2..

It can be and is. Since 16 is not a factor of 42, the GCF will have to be a factor of 16 that is less than 16.

because 16 is not a factor of 42 and the GCF is 2.

It can and it is. 16 is not a factor of 42 so the GCF of 16 and 42 must be less than 16.

It can be and is.

The greatest common factor of 16 and 42 is 2.

The GCF of 16, 30, and 42 is 2.

yes... 16 is not a factor of 42 GCF is 2

Since 16 is not a factor of 42, the GCF in this case has to be less than 16.

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