In math, there is a least common multiple and a greatest common factor. These terms are used with two or more numbers. "Least" refers to lowest and "greatest" refers to largest. A "least great factor" would mean something like the smallest large factor.
I'm not sure what you mean by lowest common factor, typically math teacher will ask for least common multiple or greatest common factor on your homework.While the lowest common factor is 1, 1 is also the greatest common factor. The least common multiple is 640.
The least common factor is 1, I think you mean the greatest common factor which is 3.
Are you sure you don't mean least common multiple or greatest common factor? The least common factor, I think, would be 1.
Greatest Common Factor
Did you mean the highest common factor? That would be 125. The least common factor would be 1.
least common denominator
GREATEST common factor
The lowest common factor of any set of numbers is 1. If you mean the lowest common multiple then this is 216 or if you mean the highest common factor then this is 6
I think you might mean "the greatest common factor" (GCF) of 80 and 120, which is 40. If you were to say the LEAST common factor of any two numbers then it would be one.
I'm pretty sure you mean least common multiple. In that case, the least common multiple is 30.
LCD:Lowest Common Denominator GCF:Greatest Common Factor
In math, a common factor usually refers to a factor that two or more numbers have in common. But, if you mean the most frequently occurring factor, that would be different. Since 1 divides every number, it would be the most common (frequently occurring) factor.
I think it means Least Common Multiple...
Do you mean greatest common factor or least common multiple. LCF=1 LCM=30 GCF=2
I think you mean Least Common Multiple and it is 5
The greatest common factor, or GCF, is the largest positive integer that will divide evenly with no remainder into all the members of a given set of numbers.
1, but i think you either mean least common multiple (40) or greatest common factor (2)The LCF is 1. The GCF is 2. The LCM is 40. The GCM is infinite.
Do you mean lowest common multiple? If so it is the smallest multiple that the two numbers have in common
The least common multiple, or LCM, is the smallest number that all the members of a given set of numbers will divide into evenly with no remainder.
LCM is an abbreviation for "least common multiple."
lcm means least common multiple and gcf mean greatest common factor
All numbers have factors. Some numbers have some of the same factors as other numbers. These are known as common factors. The smallest of these is known as the least common factor. Since 1 is a common factor of every set of integers, the least common factor of any set of integers is 1.
6 is the greatest common factor. 1 is always the least common factor, I am pretty sure you mean the GCF, not the LCF. Look at factors of 18. 18 itself is not a factor of 24, neither is 9 the next factor, but 6 is a factor of both. Nobody really cares about Least common factors, since it is always the same. There is least common multiple? In case you want the LCM, the least common multiple of two numbers is the product divided by the GCF, so is 18 * 24 / 6 = 72
The least common factor of any set of integers is 1.