No, the greatest common factor is never greater than the smallest number. The greatest common factor is the largest integer that divides evenly into all of the numbers listed.
No. For any integer, you can add one to get an even greater integer.
The greatest integer that is less than -4 is -5. -5 is next largest integer, even though it has the smallest absolute value for the set of number <-4. This is because the less negative a value is, the greater it is, even though it's numeric component '5' is not the largest.
Perhaps it makes sense to ask; in any case, the answer is that there is no greatest and no smallest integer. Whatever number you choose, you can always add one to get an even larger integer; or subtract one to get an even smaller one.
-2 is the greatest negative even integer.
It is an integer.
52 is the smallest even number greater than 50.
The smallest even number greater than 30,000 is 30,002.
That's correct - there is none. For any integer, you can subtract one to get an even smaller integer.
The smallest even number greater than 30,000 might contain a number like 30,002.
Any integer that is divisible by 2 with no remainder is even otherwise it is an odd integer
The value of the greatest integer is 76. This occurs when the set of five consecutive integers is all even numbers.
Every integer is either even (divisible by 2) or odd (not divisible by 2). Since an even number plus 1 is odd and an odd number plus one is even, because 1 does not divide 2. We know (n + 4) is odd. The next integer is (n + 4 + 1) = (n + 5), because an odd number plus 1 is even, (n + 5) is even. The integer after (n + 5) is (n + 6), since (n + 5) we know is even, (n + 6) must be odd. Since (n + 6) is the smallest integer that is greater than (n + 4) and is odd, so (n + 6) is the next odd integer.
The greatest positive even integer less than 12 is 10
There is no "greatest common multiple" of any two numbers. Whatever their product is, it can be multiplied by any positive integer to yield an even greater number that is also a multiple of the first two. Thus, the number of multiples is infinite.
There is no greatest common multiple of any integers as whatever number is said to be it, the lowest common multiple of the numbers can be added to get an even greater common multiple. If you mean least common multiple (the lowest (positive) integer that can be divided by the numbers without a remainder), the answer is 312. If you mean the greatest common factor (the greatest (positive) integer that can divide into the numbers without any remainder). the answer is 4.
There is no such number. If N were the greatest even number then N+2 would be a greater even number. So N could not be the greatest even number.
Yes and it is 8 followed by 10 .... etc
Suppose the smallest integer is A. The next two even numbers are A+2 and A+4. Using the information supplied we can form an equation: 2A - 14 = A + A+2 + A+4 Rearranging: 2A - 14 = 3A + 6 -20 = A So the three integers are -20, -18 and -16.
that would be 5,000,002 since 5,000,000,1 is not even