# Greatest Common Factor

The Greatest Common Factor (GCF), also known as the Greatest Common Divisor (GCD), is a fundamental concept in mathematics used to find the largest integer that divides two or more numbers without leaving a remainder. It serves as a key tool in simplifying fractions, factoring polynomials, and solving various mathematical problems. Understanding the GCF is crucial in arithmetic and algebraic computations, providing a systematic approach to finding common factors and simplifying expressions. This concept forms the basis for numerous mathematical operations, making it indispensable in both theoretical and practical contexts.

Questions

- How do you find the greatest common factor of #80x^3, 30yx^2#?
- How do you write the sum of the number 24+40 as the product of their GCF and another sum?
- What is the GCF of 36 and 60?
- How do you find the greatest common factor of 54, 27?
- How do you write the sum of the number 40+25 as the product of their GCF and another sum?
- How do you find the greatest common factor of 2 and 10?
- How do you find the greatest common factor of 39v, 30uv?
- How do you find the GCF of #18, 45mn#?
- How can the GCF be used to write a fraction?
- How can you find the greatest common factor of two numbers?
- How do you find GCF of 12 and 30?
- How do you find the GCF of #7x^2, 15xy#?
- What is the gcf of 56 and 54?
- How do you find the greatest common factor of 56, 63?
- Do the following numbers share common factors? If so, which is the greatest common factor?: {240, 96, 144}
- In Sean's fish tank, there are 6 times as many goldfish as guppies. There are a total of 21 fish in the tank. How many more goldfish are there than guppies?
- How do you factor 66+11 using GCF?
- What is the gcf of 18 and 24?
- What is the greatest common factor of 54 and 36?
- What is the gcf of 22, 66?