A single number does not have a common factor. Common factors are factors that two or more numbers have in common. The greatest common factor of a pair of numbers over 50 could be any number, depending on the pair of numbers.
The greatest common factor of 51 and 100 is 1.
The greatest common factor of 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, and 56 is 1.
The greatest common factor of 52 and 100 is 2.
The greatest common factor of 57 and 102 is 3.
the greatest common factor is 6
The greatest common factor is 5 because it is the biggest number that will go into both with nothing left over.
108 and 120 have a GCF of 12.
none the number is a factor
The GCF is 10.
It is 4.
It is: 8
It is 6
It is: 2
The greatest common factor of 16 and 44 is 4. So, 16/44 can be reduced to 4/11
It is not possible to give a sensible answer to this question. The greatest common factor (GCF) refers to a factor that is COMMON to two or more numbers. You have only one number in the question! That number is 15/45, a fraction that is smaller than 1. The concept of factors makes sense in context of whole numbers since otherwise every non-zero number is a factor of every number.
Greatest Common Factor refers to whole numbers, not fractions. The simplest form of 14/18 is 7/9.
The GCF is 3c8
The GCF is 3.
The GCF is 2.
The GCF is 5.
The GCF is 2.
Divide the top number and the bottom number by their greatest common factor. The result depends on what number is under the 8 .
Take the gcf (greatest common factor) of 15 and 60 and divide both the numerator and the denominator by that number.
2 is the greatest common factor
Since 20 is a factor of 100, it is automatically the GCF of the two.