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How do I find the greatest common factor of something like 117 and 195? Whats the easiest way?

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write down the prime factors of both GCF is the product of common factors
List the factors of both numbers 117: 1 3 9 13 39 117 195: 1 3 5 13 15 39 65 195 Biggest one looks to be: 39
numbers that go into 117?

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117=3*3*13 195=5*3*13 GCF=3*13=39
thank you!
my brain is so slow at this lol
u got it? slow or fast doesnt matter much
so I list all the numbers that can go into 117?
once u learn the technique, with practice u would be fast in calculations too
I have been out of school for awhile
I hope one day I can grasp this as well as you!

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