Q: What makes the product 195?

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Do you mean what two consecutive odd numbers gives a product of 195? If so then: 13*15 = 195

The product is: 195

13 x 15 = 195

The GCF of 52 and 195 is 13The LCM of 52 and 195 is 780780 x 13 = 10,140The GCF is 13.

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Do you mean what two consecutive odd numbers gives a product of 195? If so then: 13*15 = 195

The product is: 195

As a product of its prime factors: 3*5*13 = 195

Next time use a calculator.15 * 13 = 195

13 x 15 = 195

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The GCF of 52 and 195 is 13The LCM of 52 and 195 is 780780 x 13 = 10,140The GCF is 13.

The least common multiple (LCM) of 13 and 15 is 195.LCM is the product divided by the GCF.Since 13 is prime, the GCF is 1.The answer is just 13*15/1 = 195

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They only have a common factor of one(1), so the product of 13 & 15 is the same as the LCM. 195