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# Greatest Common Factor Using Lists

## GCF is the product of identical prime factors

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## Greatest Common Factor Using Lists

by Liz Grunow //basic
Find the greatest common factor of a given number using lists.
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## Can you name the factors, in order from least to greatest, of the given numbers in under 3 minutes?

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## Greatest Common Factor Using Lists

by Tiffany Kwok //basic