The least (meaning lowest) common factor of any set of whole numbers is always 1. The greatest common factor of any set of whole numbers will depend on the factors of the individual whole numbers in the set.
No, the greatest common factor cannot be larger than any of the numbers in the set.
The least common factor of any set of integers is 1. If the numbers are co-prime, then the greatest common factor will also be 1 and thus the least and greatest common factors will be the same.
It is the highest common factor that will divided into each number with no remainder
The greatest common factor of 2, 8, and 14 is 2. The greatest common factor of any set of numbers can't be greater than the smallest of the numbers.
That's known as the greatest common factor, or GCF.
The biggest number that goes into a set of numbers EVENLY is the Greatest Common Factor of the set of numbers.
How about: 26, 39 and 54
8, 16 and 24
The least common factor of any set of numbers is 1.