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  • 5 years ago

sow two ways to find the gcf of 101 and 130

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  1. anonymous
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    Find all the prime factors of both and multiply all the ones they have in common

  2. anonymous
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    thanks dude i might need u later lol

  3. anonymous
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    no problem (101 is prime by the way so the only factor they have in common is 1)

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    kk

  5. anonymous
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    and also wats another way to find the gcf

  6. anonymous
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    you could also list all the factors and pick out the largest one. (as opposed to the prime factors and multiplying the ones they have in common)

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    thank u dude i really appreicate it

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    np

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