Since 12 is a factor or 36, it is automatically the GCF.
The greatest common factor between twelve and eight is four. Don't get confused about greatest common factor and greatest common multiple. There is GCF and GCM, be sure to pay extra attention to the last letter or word, whichevere form it is in.
The greatest common factor of 36, 48, and 72 is twelve (12).
The answer is 4.
The GCF is 3.
No, it's six. 12 is not a factor of thirty.
The GCF is 1.
The GCF is 4.
Two numbers that have six as their greatest common factor are six and twelve.
Because 12 is greater than 6.
the gcf of 90 and 120 is 30 and i am only twelve
Yes. Just divide each by the greatest common factor to get lowest terms.
There is no "most common" multiple of two or more numbers, but there is a greatest common multiple if that's what you mean. But for multiples, the list of common ones goes on and on and on, since every single number in the universe is a multiple.
There is only one proper common factor of 12 and 38; it is 2. Mathematicians do not consider 1 to be a proper factor, because it divides everything.
GCF of 120, 104 and 112 is 4
The only common factor is: 1
The least common factor of any set of integers is 1.