# Greatest Common Factors

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Find the GCF: (12,18), (16,20) (44,153)

I tried to do on my own, I'm not sure if I understand what I am doing. If you can would it be possible to describe in details exactly what I should be doing.

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The solution finds the greatest common factors. Three points are provided.

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Find the GCF: (12,18), (16,20) (44,153)

GCF = greatest common factor that can divide all the three numbers without leaving any remainder. In order to find the GCF ...

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