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chevygirl

  • 2 years ago

How do you find the GCF by doing a Prime Factorization?

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  1. mikaela19900630
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    it is the greatest common factor right so it is the number that is most recurring

  2. chevygirl
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    ok that makes sense thanks

  3. mikaela19900630
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    your welcome

  4. chevygirl
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    So is this right? |dw:1357750358055:dw|

  5. mikaela19900630
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    yup since 2 reappears more then 4 and 8 so 2 is right good job

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    ok thanks

  7. mikaela19900630
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    your welcome

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