We have talked about Highest Common Factor (HCF) of two or more numbers and Lowest Common Multiple (LCM) of two or more numbers.

Why don't we talk about the Lowest Common Factor or the Highest Common Multiple of two or more numbers?

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ReplyDeleteit will be very hard to calculate as the concepts are changed.

ReplyDeleteThe Highest common Factor is more than the Lowest common multiple and the lowest common factor is lower than the Highest common factor so the results of the answer can be inaccurate.

ReplyDeleteLCF: The lowest common factor will definitely be 1 as 1 is a factor of all and it is the only number that allow is to times itself

ReplyDeleteHCM: It is very difficult to find as the number can go up to a millions and millions

( It is based on my thoughts)

it is because Lcf is always 1 and Hcm is always infinite as a number can be multiplied forever and all numbers can be multiplied by 1 and itself.

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ReplyDeleteThe lowest common factor is 1 as all numbers have a factor which is 1x itself.

ReplyDeleteThere is no HCM as numbers are infinite and there will always be another multiple after the next.

lcf will always be 1 and hcm can never be found

ReplyDeleteThe lowest common factor of all whole numbers is 1 and the highest common multiple is an infinite number whatever numbers are compared.

ReplyDeleteLCF will always be 1 as 1 can be divide anything

ReplyDeleteLCF will always be 1 as any number can be divided by it.

ReplyDeleteHCF is harder as you might get a infinitive number.