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4 3 and 6 have no proper factor in common. Remember that 1 is a factor of every counting number, but not a proper factor of any of them. Greatest common factor questions do not recognise 1 as a proper factor.

When talking of primes neither 1 nor the number itself is regarded as a proper

factor.

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