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# Is 7 a factor of 168 and why?

Updated: 4/28/2022

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Yes, because 7 divides evenly into 168 with no remainder.

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### How is 7 a factors of 168?

7*24 = 168 and so, 7 is a factor of 168. 7*24 = 168 and so, 7 is a factor of 168. 7*24 = 168 and so, 7 is a factor of 168. 7*24 = 168 and so, 7 is a factor of 168.

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The GCF is 7.

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### Why is 7 a factor of 168?

Factor means a number times another numbers equals a larger number. Since 7 can be called "a number" and 168 is the "larger number" then the "another number" would be something the multiplys by 7 to equal 168. That number would be 24

### What is the greatest common factor of 112 168 and 63?

7 as in 7x16=112 7x24=168 and 7x9=63

The GCF is 7.

### How do you factor 240xy-192x-210y 168?

240xy-192x-210y+168 = 6(8x - 7)(5y - 4)

5 x 7 = 35

### What is the greatest common factor of 24 and 168?

Since 24 is a factor of 168, it is automatically the GCF. The GCF of 24 and 168 is 24. This leaves 1 and 7 from division respectively. This cannot be reduced further with any common factors.

### Is 168 a factor of 84?

No, it's a multiple. 84 is a factor of 168.