Q: What number is not a factor of 56?

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Yes, 28 is a factor of 56, because 56/28 is a whole number.

This is like asking whether 6 is a factor of 56, or equivalently, whether 56 is a multiple of 6. Divide 56 by 6 on a calculator. If you get a whole number, then it is.

No. 56 is a multiple of 7 which also means that 7 is a factor of 56.

28 is a factor of 56, and 28 is also a factor of itself. So the highest common factor of 28 and 56 is 28.

The least common factor of 56 and 60 is 1. The greatest common factor of 56 and 60 is 4.

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Yes, 28 is a factor of 56, because 56/28 is a whole number.

A factor of a number is any number that the original number can divide by evenly. In this case, 56 divided by 32 is 1 with remainder 24. It has not divided evenly. Therefore 32 is not a factor of 56.

Yes.

The highest common factor of 56 and 252 is 28

56

The GCF/HCF of 35 and 56 is 7.7The GCF is 7.The GCF is 7.

The G.C.F of 23 and 56 is 1 because 23 is a prime number and neither one of the two factors of 23 are also factors of 56 so therefore the only number that is a factor of 23 and 56 is 1 because it is the only and therefore the highest common factor of 23 and 56. Thank you.

No - 5 is a prime number, its only two positive integer factors are 1 and 5.

No, but 8 is the GCF of 56 and 72.

By starting with a different factor pair. 56 28,2 14,2,2 7,2,2,2 56 4,14 2,2,14 2,2,2,7

The number 7 Also 14

It is 56. (: