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Q: When a number is a multiple of another the GCF of the numbers is the greatest common factor?

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No, the GCF is the lesser of the numbers.

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No, the lesser.

There is no such thing as a greatest common multiple for any numbers. There is a greatest common divisor and that is 2.

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There is no greatest common multiple of these numbers... or indeed of any pair of numbers. Once you get a common multiple, you can multiply that by any integer, as large as you want, to get a larger common multiple.

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