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u mean "common" factor and 1 is the greatest

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There is no Greatest Common Factor (GCF) for a single number. The Greatest Common Factor is the largest factor common to two or more numbers.

The greatest common factor of 52 and 81 is 1

The greatest common factor of 77 and 88 is 11, and it is also the greatest prime factor.

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The greatest common factor of 3 and 57 is 3

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If you mean 10, 82, and 16, the greatest common factor is 2. Otherwise, one number by itself cannot have a greatest common factor.

I think you mean the greatest common factor, the greatest common factor is 3.

If you mean 18, 42 and 36 then the GCF is 6

u mean "common" factor and 1 is the greatest

"Greatest common factor of an expression" is meaningless."Greatest common factor of two or more numbers" is the largest integerthat can divide evenly into each of the numbers.

You probably mean greatest common factor. The greatest common factor, or GCF, is the largest integer that will divide evenly with no remainder into all the members of a given set of numbers.

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By GCF you mean Greatest Common Divisor = 72

The least common factor is 1, I think you mean the greatest common factor which is 3.

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