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GCF refers to the highest common factor of any two numbers that can completely divide those numbers. It is mutual in both numbers. The first step to identifying GCF is listing all factors of the given numbers. After this, we can identify common factors in both numbers by crossing them. Finally, we can get the GCF by selecting the largest value from the crossed common factors.

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GCF refers to the highest common factor of any two numbers that can completely divide those numbers. It is mutual in both numbers. The first step to identifying GCF is listing all factors of the given numbers. After this, we can identify common factors in both numbers by crossing them. Finally, we can get the GCF by selecting the largest value from the crossed common factors.

Teachers can give this GCF (listing) problems to students to enhance their competence in solving GCF-based problems.

GCF refers to the highest common factor of any two numbers that can completely divide those numbers. It is mutual in both numbers. The first step to identifying GCF is listing all factors of the given numbers. After this, we can identify common factors in bo...

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Grade 6
Number System
06.NS.B.4

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