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Choose all the common factors of 8 and 36.
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Type all the lowest common factors (LCF) or lowest common multiples (LCM) of 8 and 36.
(Hint: L1; means divide all the numbers until all equal to 1 ).
(or you can use letter x as a multiplication, for example, 2x3x2, etc..)
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Find the H.C.F of 14 and 18.
(Hint: HS; means STOP if we cannot divide all numbers with one number in the same row).
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Express 82 as a product of prime factors.
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Type all the common prime factors of 8 and 36.
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What is the highest common factor (HCF) of 24, 36 and 68?
(Hint: HS- means STOP if we cannot divide all numbers with one number in the same row).
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What is the least common multiples (LCM) of 6, 9 and 12?
(Hint: L1 means divide one by one until the result all become 1 (one)).
Answer: (or you can use letter x as a multiplication for example 2x3x2, etc..)
Express 40 as a product of prime factors. (Prime numbers 2,3,5,7,11,13…)
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Write all the common factors of 15 and 20.
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Write all the common prime factors of 14 and 24.
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