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# Greatest Common Factor

GCF

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Tweet## Katelin T.

on 16 October 2012#### Transcript of Greatest Common Factor

Greatest Common Factor By Katelin T. Definition and Real-World Examples Examples How are the topics related/

not related Prime Factorization Least Common Multiple Thanks For Watching! GCF and LCM are not related. The only thing they have that is similar is that they both include finding common things. The End Math Example #4 What is the GCF of 25, 50, 75? Math Example #2 Math Example #3 What is the GCF of 15, 30, and 45? Math Example #1 Find the GCF of 34, 51, and 68. Definition The Greatest Common Factor (GCF) is the greatest factor that divides into two different numbers Real World Example #2 Real World Example #1 You are making balloon arrangements for a party. You have 32 maroon balloons, 24 white balloons, and 16 orange balloons. She wants each arrangement to have the same number of each color. What is the greatest number of arrangements that she can make if every balloon is used? 6A had 48 students on the team. 6B has 44 students on the team. They need to find the greatest number of basketball teams they need to make with an equal amount of people on each. (The Answer is 8). (The Answer is 4) The answer is 17) What is the GCF of 42, 48, 54. The Answer is 6 The answer is 25 GCF and Prime Factorization are related because they both include Factors. The Answer is 15

Full transcriptnot related Prime Factorization Least Common Multiple Thanks For Watching! GCF and LCM are not related. The only thing they have that is similar is that they both include finding common things. The End Math Example #4 What is the GCF of 25, 50, 75? Math Example #2 Math Example #3 What is the GCF of 15, 30, and 45? Math Example #1 Find the GCF of 34, 51, and 68. Definition The Greatest Common Factor (GCF) is the greatest factor that divides into two different numbers Real World Example #2 Real World Example #1 You are making balloon arrangements for a party. You have 32 maroon balloons, 24 white balloons, and 16 orange balloons. She wants each arrangement to have the same number of each color. What is the greatest number of arrangements that she can make if every balloon is used? 6A had 48 students on the team. 6B has 44 students on the team. They need to find the greatest number of basketball teams they need to make with an equal amount of people on each. (The Answer is 8). (The Answer is 4) The answer is 17) What is the GCF of 42, 48, 54. The Answer is 6 The answer is 25 GCF and Prime Factorization are related because they both include Factors. The Answer is 15