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None. The least common factor is defined only for two or more numbers: one number cannot have a LCF.

In any case, the least factor of any number is 1. So 91 cannot be a least common factor of any number since 1 is a factor and 1 is less than 91.

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None. The least common factor of any set of numbers is 1.

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