For reducing fractions to their lowest terms
Reducing equivalent fractions to their simplest form.
Finding the GCF will help in simplifying fractions. Finding the LCM will help in adding and subtracting fractions.
The GCF can help in reducing equivalent fractions. The LCM can help in adding and subtracting unlike fractions.
Use the GCF to reduce equivalent fractions. Use the LCM to add and subtract unlike fractions.
The most frequent use of GCF is in reducing fractions. If you divide the numerator and the denominator by the GCF the result is called reduced.
The GCF is 12.
A couple of problems. You need at least two numbers to find a GCF and the GCF is by definition positive.
The GCF is 3.
36x-28 using gcf
The GCF is 4.