7(5 + 6)
You need another number.
9(2 + 3)
The other number is 5.
The answer depends on what the GCF and another number are!
5(8 + 5)
7(5 + 6)
This question requires more information in order for it to make any sense at all! You cannot have a sum of a number: you need two or more numbers. A single number cannot have a GCF. The GCF needs to be COMMON to two or more numbers.
It's a way of combining the GCF with the distributive property. 30 + 42 = (6 x 5) + (6 x 7) = 6(5 + 7) = 6 x 12 = 72
The product of the original numbers is equal to the product of the GCF and LCM. Divide the product of the LCM and GCF by the one number. The answer will be the other.
120 - 36 = 12 x 7
4 x 13
you have to find the GCF of the two numbers
The GCF of the numbers is the greatest common factor no matter what their relationship is. When one number is a multiple of another number, the GCF is the smaller number.
In number theory, the product of two positive integers will equal the product of their GCF and LCM. Dividing that product by one of them will give you the other.
The product of any two positive integers is equal to the product of their GCF and their LCM. 72 x 32 = 2304 8 x 288 = 2304