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USING PRIME FRACTORIZATION WHAT IS THE GCF FOR 45,100 USING A FACTOR TREE AND COMMON PRIME FACTORS

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here is the easiest way,
45 = 3*3*5
100 = 2*2*5*5

so the GCF is 5

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