What Numbers Go Into 100 And 16
For the question "What Numbers Go Into 100 and 16" is the same as Greatest Common Factor (GCF, HCF, GCD) of 100 And 16 numbers.
Greatest Common Factor Of 100 And 16
The gcf of 100 and 16 is the largest positive integer that divides the numbers 100 and 16 without a remainder. Let's find the factors.
Finding The Factors Of 100 And 16
List out all of the prime factors for each number:
The greatest common factor of 100 and 16 is 4 .
What is the Greatest Common Factor?
Put simply, the GCF of a set of whole numbers is the largest positive integer (i.e whole number and not a decimal) that divides evenly into all of the numbers in the set. It's also commonly known as:
Greatest Common Denominator (GCD) Highest Common Factor (HCF) Greatest Common Divisor (GCD)