Greatest Common Factor ( GCF ) Find the GCF of: enter two or more whole numbers separated by commas or spaces. Answer: GCF = 4 for the values 8, 12, 20 Solution by Factorization: The factors of 8 are: 1, 2, 4, 8 The factors of 12

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GCF of Monomials

And then they both have two d's. So the greatest common factor in this context, the greatest common factor of these two monomials is going to be the factors that they have in common. So it's going to be equal to this 5 times--