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Finding The GCF by Kristian

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  • 1. Finding the GCF By Kristian
  • 2. Figure Out Your First Number.
    • My number is 80
  • 3. Divide your number.
    • 80
    • 20 4
  • 4. Divide your numbers into their prime factors.
    • 80
    • 20 4
    • 5 4 2 2
    • 2 2
  • 5. Do all the steps over again with a different number.
    • 100
    • 50 2
    • 5 10
    • 2 5
  • 6. Figure out what prime numbers both have.
    • 80
    • 20 4
    • 5 4 2 2
    • 2 2
    • 100
    • 50 2
    • 5 10
    • 2 5
  • 7. Multiply the numbers.
    • 5x2x2=20
  • 8. The answer is the GCF.
    • 20 is my GCF.