Greatest Common Factor

Welcome to our greatest common factor category. Here you can find our posts explaining the gcf of two specific integers a and b, denoted as gcf(a,b). Also known as greatest common denominator, highest common factor and greatest common divisor, it is the largest positive whole number which divides a and b with a remainder of zero. Each post will show you the calculation using three methods in full detail: intersection of common factors, prime factorization and by means of the least common multiple. In addition, each article contains a greatest common factor calculator, and explains the use as well as the commutative property of the gcf. Last but not least, you will be shown the associative property to calculate the greatest common factor of a set of whole numbers larger than 2. Note that using our custom search form in the sidebar is much more efficient than navigating through the entire category here.

GCF of 100 and 93

The gcf of 100 and 93 is the largest positive integer that divides the numbers 100 and 93 without a remainder. Spelled out, it is the greatest common factor of 100 and 93. Here you can find the gcf of 100 and 93, along with a total of three methods

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GCF of 100 and 94

The gcf of 100 and 94 is the largest positive integer that divides the numbers 100 and 94 without a remainder. Spelled out, it is the greatest common factor of 100 and 94. Here you can find the gcf of 100 and 94, along with a total of three methods

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GCF of 100 and 95

The gcf of 100 and 95 is the largest positive integer that divides the numbers 100 and 95 without a remainder. Spelled out, it is the greatest common factor of 100 and 95. Here you can find the gcf of 100 and 95, along with a total of three methods

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GCF of 100 and 96

The gcf of 100 and 96 is the largest positive integer that divides the numbers 100 and 96 without a remainder. Spelled out, it is the greatest common factor of 100 and 96. Here you can find the gcf of 100 and 96, along with a total of three methods

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GCF of 100 and 97

The gcf of 100 and 97 is the largest positive integer that divides the numbers 100 and 97 without a remainder. Spelled out, it is the greatest common factor of 100 and 97. Here you can find the gcf of 100 and 97, along with a total of three methods

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GCF of 100 and 98

The gcf of 100 and 98 is the largest positive integer that divides the numbers 100 and 98 without a remainder. Spelled out, it is the greatest common factor of 100 and 98. Here you can find the gcf of 100 and 98, along with a total of three methods

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GCF of 100 and 99

The gcf of 100 and 99 is the largest positive integer that divides the numbers 100 and 99 without a remainder. Spelled out, it is the greatest common factor of 100 and 99. Here you can find the gcf of 100 and 99, along with a total of three methods

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GCF of 100 and 83

The gcf of 100 and 83 is the largest positive integer that divides the numbers 100 and 83 without a remainder. Spelled out, it is the greatest common factor of 100 and 83. Here you can find the gcf of 100 and 83, along with a total of three methods

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GCF of 100 and 84

The gcf of 100 and 84 is the largest positive integer that divides the numbers 100 and 84 without a remainder. Spelled out, it is the greatest common factor of 100 and 84. Here you can find the gcf of 100 and 84, along with a total of three methods

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GCF of 100 and 85

The gcf of 100 and 85 is the largest positive integer that divides the numbers 100 and 85 without a remainder. Spelled out, it is the greatest common factor of 100 and 85. Here you can find the gcf of 100 and 85, along with a total of three methods

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