8 March, 19:29
What the greatest common factor of 8, 96, and 41?
8 March, 20:03
There are common factors for the 8 and 96 but there is not one for 41 so the GCF would actually be 1
8 March, 21:05
Since there are not common prime factors the GCF is 1
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