Q: Which numbers have 6 as a factor?

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Yes, if 6*4 equals 24, that means that 6 and 4 are factors of 24.

The lowest common FACTOR of any set of numbers is 1. Perhaps you meant the Lowest Common MULTIPLE, which for 6, 10, 15 is 30. Or you meant the HIGHEST Common Factor, which for 6, 10, 15 is 1.

The greatest common factor of the numbers 12 and 42 is 6.

Two numbers that have six as their greatest common factor are six and twelve.

There are an infinite number of numbers with 3 as a factor. Any number evenly divisible by 3 has 3 as a factor. That means 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, ..., all have 3 as a factor.

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6 is not a factor of 80

The greatest factor of these numbers is the number 6, which is a factor of 6 - though not of the other two numbers.

Multiples of 6.

Multiples of 6.

1 is a factor of 6. factors are those numbers which divide into other numbers without remainders multiples are those numbers which are other numbers multiplied by another number. 1 is a factor of 6 → 6 is a multiple of 1.

No. 4 is not a factor of 6. Also, 6 is not a factor of 4.

Yes, because 3 is a factor of 6 and therefore is a factor of any number for which 6 is a factor.

Even numbers have 2 as a factor. 6, 178, 46

6 and 12 are a pair of numbers with a GCF of 6.

Yes. One is a factor of all numbers.

Any multiple of 6.

6 is a factor of 36 but a common factor is only applicable to two or more numbers.