To have a product, you need two numbers. The greatest common factor is one number.
18 and 27
The least common multiple is 30. The greatest common factor is 3.
They're infinite. You're probably looking for the greatest common factor or least common multiple.
Since the only factor those two numbers have in common is 1, the LCM will be their product. Any other common multiples will be multiples of their product.
No, 4 is the greatest common factor of those numbers. Multiples are larger.
because there are infinite multiples of a number. ex:2,4,6,8,10,12,14,16,18,20...etc
When doing fractions it is the greatest common factor (GCF) and the least common multiple (LCM). You want the GCF when you are reducing fractions to their simplest form. When changing the denominators to a common one, you want the LCM.
The same as the product of 120 and 150.
The same as the product of 84 and 90.
The greatest common multiple of any set of integers is infinite.
The GCF is 17.
The product of the GCF and LCM of two numbers will equal the product of the two numbers.
The same as the product of the original numbers, 1440.
479 is a prime number. Numbers having a greatest common factor of 479 are 479 and 958, or any other two or more multiples of 479.
1 is the only common factor of 3 and 4. 12 is the least common product of 3 and 4.
It multiples with another factor and creates a product.
That's the Greatest Common Factor, or GCF.
The Greatest Common Factor (GCF).
The product of the GCF and the LCM is equal to the product of the original two numbers.
Common Multiples are multiples which are common to both numbers So Multiples of 9 are 9, 18, 27, 36 etc... Multiples of 27 are 27, 54, 81 etc... you can work out the least common multiple as 27 We can see that 9 is a factor of 27 so all multiples of 27 are a common multiple with 9. But as there is no upper limit we can not work out a greatest common multiple as they bigger they get the closer they get to infinity! You tend to work out Greatest Common Factor and Least Common Multiple with regards numbers.