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The greatest common factor of 15 and 55 is 5.

The greatest common factor (the technical term of Highest Common factor) of 20 and 55 is 5.

The highest common factor (HCF) refers to a factor that is COMMON to two or more numbers. You have only one number in the question! The highest factor of any number is itself.

The GCF is 11.

The GCF is 5.

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55 and 15's highest common factor is five.

55 and 145's highest common factor is five.

The greatest common factor of 15 and 55 is 5.

55 is the highest common factor.The highest integer which will divide into 15, 30 and 40 to give an integer as a result is 5.

It is 1 but the highest common factor is 11

The Greatest Common Factor (GCF) is: 5

There is only one highest common factor which is: hcf(55, 145) = 5 The factors of 55 are: {1, 5, 11, 55} The factors of 145 are: {1, 5, 29, 145} The common factors are: {1, 5} The highest common factor is 5.

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It is 5

It is: 5

The same as the highest common factor between 55 and 45. 45 is the remainder of the division of 155 / 55.

The greatest common factor (the technical term of Highest Common factor) of 20 and 55 is 5.

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