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Two or more numbers are normally needed to find the GCF
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Why does there have to be a GCF?

All whole numbers have a common factor of 1. One may or may not be the greatest common factor of two or more numbers, depending on their other factors.

Gcf of 39?

You need at least two numbers to find a GCF.

What is a GCF?

The abbreviation "GCF" means Greatest Common Factor. A GCF is the  highest number that can be multiplied that two numbers have in  common. An example is that the number 4 is

How do you get the GCF?

Suppose you have 2 numbers: EXAMPLE 15 and 25. you take the numbers and first put a 1 under it: 15 25 Then you get other numbers that can multiply into your 1, 1, numbers: 15

How do you get GCFs?

You can do a T-chart and list out all the common factors then find the highest one or you can do upside down divisionwich is like this:Tle long division sighn upside down then

When is GCF used?

When you want to reduce fractions to their simplest form.

What is the GCF of 321?

GCF (Greatest Common Factor) is an expression only used when comparing the factors of two or more numbers. The general factors of 321 are : 321, 107, 3 and 1. The prime factor

What is the GCF of 188?

In order to have a GCF, you need 2 or more numbers, because GCF is the greatest common factor of 2 or more numbers. In order to find GCF, however, is to find the prime factori

What is the GCF of 338?

The greatest common factor (GCF) is often also called the greatest common divisor (GCD) or highest common factor (HCF). Keep in mind that these different terms all refer to t

Why the GCF is not 3?

Sometimes it is. Without specific numbers, we can't say what yourGCF is, but if 3 isn't the GCF, then it's because another numberis.