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Q: Where do you use the GCF?

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You can use the GCF for simplifying large equations.

i use a GCF to simplify a fraction by dividing it into both the numerator and the denominator.

The GCF is 17.

The GCF is 1.

Gcf you use when you are finding the greatest factor for the numbers. Lcm you use when you are finding the smallest multiple in the numbers factors

When you are simplifying fractions.

Use prime factorization to find the gcf of 65 and 195

It doesn't matter what you use; you need more than one term to find a GCF.

The gcf is 3.

Find the GCF of the numerator and the denominator and divide them both by it. If the GCF is 1, the fraction is in its simplest form.

The GCF of 10 and 15 is 5.

Use the GCF to reduce equivalent fractions. Use the LCM to add and subtract unlike fractions.

The GCF of 50 and 54 is 2. Use whatever method you wish.

It doesn't matter what method you use, you need at least two numbers to find a GCF.

Probably never.

you use the greatest factor

To answer GCF and LCM questions.

The GCF is 7.The LCM is 70.

The GCF of 27 and 30 is 3.

Whatever you use, you need at least two numbers to find a GCF.

Whatever you use, you need at least two numbers to find a GCF.

They do not necessarily use them every day.

Use the GCF to reduce fractions. Use the LCM to add and subtract unlike fractions. Carpenters work with fractions a lot.

It's the same as gcf(gcf(75, 100), 175). In other words, you can first use Euclid's algorithm to find the gcf of 75 and 100; then you can calculate the gcf of the result with 175. To help you get started, by Euclid's algorithm, the gcf of 75 and 100 is the same as the gcf of 75 and 25 (where 25 is the remnainder of the division of 100 / 75).

You need at least two numbers to find a GCF, whichever method you use.