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Q: When factorising find the common factor?

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No, it is not. It is factorising - which is more related to dividing.

Finding the simplest form of equivalent fractions.

Factorising 15x-27xy gives 3x (5 - 9y).Factorising is to express a number or expression as a product of factors.When factorising always look for common factors. To factorise (15x-27xy) look for the highest factor between the two terms (3x). 15x - 27y = 3x (5 - 9y)

If we have 6p+3 The common factor to both 6p and 3 is 3. If we take this out the front of brackets we get 3(2p+1)

You do a factor rainbow to find a prime factorization. You compare prime factorizations to find a greatest common factor.

The least common factor is: 1

The least common factor is always 1.

The least common factor is always 1.

The least common factor of any set of integers is 1.

Two or more numbers are required to find the greatest common factor between them.

No, you need at least two numbers to compare in order to find a greatest common factor.

There is always a common factor. If there are no common prime factors, the GCF is 1.

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