 # Greatest Common Factor

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Greatest Common Factor using prime factorization
The greatest common factor of two numbers is the biggest integer that can divide both numbers without leaving a remainder.
The greatest common factor is the product of the prime factors shared by the two numbers.

Example:
Find the greatest common factor (GCF) of 30 and 105.
GCF and prime factorization
Example:
Find the GCF of 35, 25 and 75.

More GCF using prime factorization
Example:
Find the GCF of 504, 180 and 220.
Divisibility Rules, Prime Factorization, GCF and LCM

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