Q: What is the highest numbers that goes into 8?

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It is 8

There is no highest number. Even if the numbers end from sight, the arrows mean that it goes on forever.

You multiply all the numbers in the center of the Venn Diagram. This gives you the highest possible number that goes into both numbers.

The HCF of the given numbers is 1

There is no highest common multiple of any two or more numbers, for whatever value you come up with I can always add the LOWEST common multiple of the numbers to get an even higher common multiple. If you meant LOWEST common multiple, then LCM(8, 12, 16) = 48 If you mean the highest common FACTOR (the largest integer that divides into all the numbers) then HCF(8, 12, 16) = 4

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The highest common factor which is 1

There is no highest number. Even if the numbers end from sight, the arrows mean that it goes on forever.

The numbers 2, 4 and 8 go into 8.

Just like numbers, there is no highest square number, it just goes on and on and on...

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The HCF of both numbers is 1

The word "highest" is a superlative and that means that there can be only one highest common factor for any set of numbers. HCF(8, 18) = 2