Q: What is the GCF of 5040 and 30?

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There is no GCF of 5,040. A GCF requires two or more numbers.

You need at least two numbers to find a GCF. If that's 50 and 40, the GCF is 10.

The Greatest Common Factor (GCF) is: 40

Well, 30 minus 2 is 28. 28 times 180 is 5040. 5040 divided by 30 is 168. Your answer is... (drumroll please) 168 degrees!

30 * 180 - 360 = 5040

5040/180 + 2 = 30 The polygon would therefore have 30 sides.

The sum of the interior angles of a 30-gon is (30-2)*180 = 5040 degrees. So each interior angle of a 30-gon is 5040/30 = 168 degrees.

A 30 sided polygon

The GCF is 30.

It is: (5040+360)/180 = 30 sides

Its 30 interior angles add up to 5040 degrees

The interior angles of a 30-gon add up to 5040 degrees

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