answersLogoWhite

0


Best Answer

Not at all. For example:

gcf(101, 102) = 1

gcf(40, 80) = 40

User Avatar

Wiki User

10y ago
This answer is:
User Avatar
More answers
User Avatar

Wiki User

8y ago

No.

This answer is:
User Avatar

Add your answer:

Earn +20 pts
Q: Will a pair of numbers each greater than 100 always have a greater gcf than a pair of numbers that are both less than 100?
Write your answer...
Submit
Still have questions?
magnify glass
imp
Related questions

What is the answer of two numbers divided by each other?

If they are both the same numbers then the answer will always be 1


When two mixed numbers are greater than 1 are mulitiplied the product will always be?

The product will be greater than 1, when each of the two factors are greater than 1.


Why is it false when a pair of numbers each greater than 100 will always have a greater greatest common factor than a pair of numbers that are both less than 100?

Because there are many examples where that isn't so. The GCF of 36 and 24 is 12. The GCF of 151 and 149 is 1.


Is the sum of two mixed numbers greater than 1?

Yes, if both are positive. No, if both are negative and Depends if you have one of each.


Does a pair of numbers each greater than 100 always have a greater greatest common denominator than a pair of numbers that are both less than 100?

No. Although the greatest common denominator of a pair of numbers is infinite, the size of the numbers doesn't affect the GCF as much as the difference between them. The GCF of 100 and 102 is 2. The GCf of 33 and 66 is 33.


Is negative 0.86 greater than negative1.25?

Answer: Yes When comparing two negative numbers, take the absolute value of each. Whichever absolute value is less is the greater of the two original numbers. ...OR If you look at them both on a number line, whichever is on the right of the other is the greater of the two.


What is the greater of each pair of numbers 0.4 and 0.37?

0.4


Are mixed numbers greater than improper fractions?

Not always because they can be equivalent to each other For example, 1 1/2 is equal to 3/2.


Which quantity must always be the same on both sides of a balanced chemical equation?

The numbers of atoms of each elemental type, as represented by their element symbols, will always be the same on both sides of a balanced chemical equation.


When you do this you decide whether numbers are equal to less than or greater than each other?

Compare numbers.


Which is greater - 0.04 or -0.050?

0.09


What numbers are common multiples of both numbers?

They are numbers that each of the two numbers can divide without remainder.