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Q: When can you use common multiples and factors?

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becasu multiples are the same thing as factors.

multiples: Least Common Multiple

Factors create multiples, multiples break down into factors.

Common factors go into the numbers, the numbers go into common multiples.

Factors go into numbers, numbers go into multiples.

Common factors: 1 and 2 Common multiples: Any multiple of 132

you multiply them together

2 and 5 are the prime factors that are common to all multiples of 10.

Factors are useful when you're trying to reduce fractions. Multiples are useful when you're trying to find a least common denominator.

1 and 2 are common factors. 84 and 168 are common multiples.

The common factors are 1, 3, 5 and 15. The common multiples are any multiple of 150.

There are no greatest common multiples only greatest common factors

Use multiples when you're adding or subtracting them. Use factors when you're reducing them.

The common factors are 1 and 2. The common multiples are 72, 144, 216 and so on.

Well, 7 and 6 have a lot of common multiples such as 42 and ect. But I really don't think about all the common multiples because in math class when you use common multiples or factors it would usually be the LCM and the LCF. Which stands for least common multiple and least common factor

No.

You won't find common factors by using lists of multiples. The least common factor of any set of integers is 1, no matter what you use.

No, 2 and 28 are not multiples of 56, they are factors.

multiples of 12

No, they are factors.

88 and any of its multiples.

You can find out by Knowing the multiples and factors

All multiples of 9 share common factors with 9.

There are only 2 common factors; 1 and 2. You likely mean what are the first 6 common multiples, for which the first six multiples of 8 are the answer. 8,16,24,32,40 and 48.

Multiples of 5 include 5, 10, 15 and 20. For them to be common, they need to be compared to another set of multiples.