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Q: Write down a number other than 1 which is a factor of both 14 and 35?

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6 is both a factor and a multiple of 6.

You can write this as 51:36.Note: You can simplify ratios the same way you simplify fractions; that is, if you find a number that is a factor of BOTH numbers, you can divide both numbers by that factor, to get an equivalent ratio.

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