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GCF of 25 and 30

GREATEST COMMON FACTOR 60,75

least common multiple of 50 AND 80

lcm 50,70

l.c.m. 80 and 95

gcf 50 + 75

g.c.f 50,100

GCF of 15 and 20 and 30

are 3 and 5 twin prime

are 20 and 29 coprime

lcd of 20 and 25

Determine the Greatest Common Factor (GCF) of (448,987)

1,2,4,7,8,14,16,28,32,56,64,112,224,448

1,3,7,21,47,141,329

The common factors between them are 1,7

The greatest common factor between them is

Since the Greatest Common Factor of both numbers ≠ 1, the numbers are

Since the Greatest Common Factor of Both Numbers is both ≠ 1 and have a difference of two, the numbers are not twin prime

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