Yes. If one number is a factor of the other, the greater number will be the LCM of the two.
any other positive numbers
A number which has a factor other than 1 and itself is a composite number.
Not a lot. They're both prime numbers. A factor that is prime is used to make other numbers.
Remember that the number has no other factor than one and that number.
21 has 3 as a factor and is a multiple of 7, and so as 210, 105, and an infinite number of other numbers.
That describes prime numbers.
Given a pair of numbers, if the lesser of the two is the GCF, the greater of the two is the LCM. This happens when one of the numbers is a factor of the other.
The GCF means it's a factor of both numbers. 10 is not a factor of 57.
When their GCF is greater than 1. When they have a prime factor in common.
When the numbers have a common factor (other than 1).
Only if that number is a factor of the other.
Yes. Every number is a factor of other numbers - these are multiples of the original number.
When the lowest number is a factor of the other two.
Only when one of the numbers is a factor of the other.
14 is a factor of some numbers, such as 14, 42, 112, and 2800.14 is not a factor of some other numbers, such as 7, 55, 123, and 1000.If 14 is a factor of a given number, it will evenly divide into that number.
The GCF is the factor, the LCM is the other one.