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Q: What is the lowest common factor for 35 and 5?

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The lowest common factor of any two numbers is 1. The highest common factor of 5 and 35 is 5; The Lowest common multiple of 5 and 35 is 35.

5 is a factor of 35, so the LCD is 35.

1, but if you meant lowest common multiple, then 35

It is 1 and the highest common factor is 5

5* * * * *A pedantic amendment:5 is the Highest common factor. The lowest common factor for any set of postitive integers is always 1.

Do you possibly mean Greatest Common Factor? The GCF of 15 and 35 is 5 because its the highest number that will divide evenly into both numbers. I guess the lowest common factor would be lowest number that divides into them which is -5 or negative 5, but why would you need that? Trevor, Math Teacher www.secondteacher.com

The Greatest Common Factor of 5 and 35 is 5.

The Greatest Common Factor of 35 and 5 is 5.

The lowest common factor is: 1

The lowest common factor is: 1

The lowest common factor is: 1

the common factor of 35 ( I think) is 5 and 7

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