It can be, if you're comparing primes or relative primes.
Denominators are just numbers. Factoring them into primes meanss finding their prime factorizations. A factor tree can help you visualize this.
360 = 2^3 * 3^2 * 5
When a factor of a number is composed of distinct primes, all the odd primes are raised to a power of 1, while the only even number which is 2 can be raised to any power. For example, the factor of 2134346 is 2*19*56167 Here all the primes are distinct primes.
In the context of primes and factoriation, every counting number is a factor.
21 factors into the primes 3 and 7; 24 factors into the primes 3 and 23. Therefore, the highest common integral factor is 3.
a factor strip is three numbers all primes that make up another prime number. like 3x3x2 are all primes and it makes 27. Also 2x2x3 = 18
Two is the smallest prime factor of 360.
Since 60 is a factor of 360, it is automatically the GCF.
Factor each to primes then, choose the common primes to multiply.56=2x2x2x781=3x3x3x3Greatest common is the multiplication identity 1.
Since 360 is a factor of 720, it is automatically the GCF.
38 = 2 X 19
93 = 3 x 31
10 = 2 x 5
No. 1 is not their only common factor.
The HCF of 360 is 360. But it's a factor as opposed to a common factor because there's only one number.
The greatest common factor of 360 , 450 = 90
The greatest common factor of 108 and 360 is 36
The greatest common factor of 270 and 360 is 90.
The greatest common factor of 135 and 360 is 45
The greatest common factor of 360 , 300 = 60
The GCF of 90 and 360 is 90. Since 90 is a factor of 360, it is automatically the GCF of the pair.