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The common factors of 51 and 68 are 1 and 17.

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How do you change the fraction 51 over 68 to lowest terms?

First, determine the greatest common factor of 51 and 68, which is 17. Then, divide both the numerator and the denominator by 17. 51/68 ÷ 17/17 = 3/4


What is the greatest common factor 51 and 68?

17


What is the greatest common factor of 51 and 68?

1


What is the greatest common factor of 34 51 and 68?

The GCF of 34, 61, and 68 is 17.


What is the greatest common factor of 34 68 and 51?

The GCF is 17.


What is the greatest common factor of 68 51 and 17?

The GCF is 17.


What is the greatest common factor of 85 68 and 51?

The GCF is 17.


What is the greatest common factor of 51 34 68?

The greatest common factor (GCF) is: 17


What number is a factor of both 51 and 68?

1 and 17 You start by "prime factorizing" one of the numbers. It doesn't matter which one ( or, at least, unless you've done factoring for a while). We'll factorize 68, because it's even and thus we know it's divisible by 2. 68/2 = 34 34/2 = 17 Thus, 68 can be rewritten as a product of 2 * 2 * 17. Now, 51 is an odd number, so it can't have 2 as a factor. By process of elimination, the factor must be 17, right?! Wrong! 1 could be the only factor the two have in common (which reminds me, you can probably write "1" for this problem!). But anyways, we should check 17: 51/17 = 3 with 0 remainder. 17 is a factor of 51, and we've determined it's also a factor of 68 from above. Thus it's a factor of both.


What is the greatest common factor of the numbers 34 51 and 68?

The GCF is 17.


What is the highest common factor of 51 and 68?

factors of 51: 1, 3, 17, 51factors of 68:1, 2, 4, 17, 34, 68GCF: 17


What is 51 divided by 68?

0.75

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