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Q: What are the smallest 3 different numbers with a greatest common factor of 45?

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I think "smallest greatest" is my new favorite oxymoron. If the GCF of two numbers is 850, the smallest those two numbers could be is 850 and 850. If they need to be different, the smallest they could be is 850 and 1700.

871 and 871. If they have to be different, 871 and 1742

871 and 871. If they need to be different, 871 and 1742.

The smallest of the two numbers could be 850.

45 and 45

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I think "smallest greatest" is my new favorite oxymoron. If the GCF of two numbers is 850, the smallest those two numbers could be is 850 and 850. If they need to be different, the smallest they could be is 850 and 1700.

871 and 871. If they have to be different, 871 and 1742

871 and 871. If they need to be different, 871 and 1742.

871 and 871. If they need to be different, 871 and 1742.

The smallest of the two numbers could be 850.

LCD is the smallest number that both numbers can go into and GCD is the biggest number that goes into both numbers

The greatest common factor, or GCF, is the largest number that can go into a set of given numbers evenly. The least common multiple, or LCM, is the smallest number that a given set of numbers can go into evenly.

479 and 479

45 and 45

They could be 3018 and 3018 unless they need to be different numbers, in which case they would be 3018 and 6036.

No, the greatest common factor is never greater than the smallest number. The greatest common factor is the largest integer that divides evenly into all of the numbers listed.

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