1 because 7 is a prime number
Two number are co-prime if there is no whole number other than 1 that divides them both exactly
HCF(63, 35) = 7
It is: 21
Since numbers can go on forever there is no "largest number".
The only whole number that divides evenly into both 7 and 100 is ' 1 '.
The concept of the GCF refers to integers, not decimals.
Yes, it is, since no number other than 1 divides into both to get a whole number
Yes.1 divides 2 exactly, and it divides 4 exactly, so it is a common factor of them both (as also is 2).
when a fraction is not in lowest term is there ius a whole number greater than 1 which divides into both the numerator and denominator evenly
If the numerator divides evenly by the denominator, simply do that. When working with algebra you can multiply both sides by the denominator.
1 and 2.
It is a factor of both numbers
The number is 15.
numbers are infinite so this question is impossible, but 30,60,90,120, and so forth go into 30 and 10 evenly.
No. Both are whole numbers but neither is a whole number of the other.
The HCF of both numbers is 14
The number in common is 5, because it divides both 5 and 15.
It is both because an integer is the same as a whole number without decimals or fractions.
It is both.
It is both.