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An acronym for Greatest Common Factor, the largest number that is a common factor of two or more numbers. This provides a working basis of numeric calculation which applies to those numbers. The number derived as the GCF can be used as a simple divisor, which is particularly useful when dealing with large numbers or calculations which are done more efficiently in a simplified form, particularly if elements of the numerical sets must be further developed for application. |

Examples of GCF:

Set: 16, 24, 124, 72, 88, 96, 104, 148, the GCF is 4. Set: 126, 285, 1011, 292, the GCF is 3. http://www.palmbeachstate.edu/documents/Prep_Math_LW/Greatest_Common_Factor.pdf http://infinity.cos.edu/algebra/Rueger%20Text/Chapter%201/1.5_GCF%20and%20LCM.pdf http://www.delmar.edu/math/MLC/Forms/finding_the_greatest_common_factor.pdf |