# What is the greatest common factor of 65 and 95

What is the greatest common factor of 65 and 95

## This Post Has 12 Comments

1. cteal7507 says:

65=5*13
78=2*3*13
52=4*1

13 is the gcf

2. quintinjerome says:

Step-by-step explanation:

3. oofoofoof1 says:

65 factors to [5 13] 145 factors to [5 29]
common factors: 

4. skylex says:

write them in prime factor form:-

65 = 5*13

78 = 2*3*13

52 = 2 * 2 * 13

GCF = 2*2*3*5*13

5. Expert says:

300

step-by-step explanation:

28-600w < 300

28-600w > 300

600-28w < 300

600-28w > 300

6. Yumimiku6539 says:

$65|5\\13|13\\.\ 1|\\65=5\cdot\boxed{13}\\\\143|11\\.\ 13|13\\.\ \ 1|\\143=11\cdot\boxed{13}\\\\169|13\\.\ 13|13\\.\ \ 1|\\169=\boxed{13}\cdot13\\\\Therefore\ GCF(65;\ 143;\ 169)=\boxed{13}$

7. jwagner1580 says:

8. janilaw1 says:

13 is the greatest common factor of 65 and 91.

9. NatalieZepeda says:

$65|5\\13|13\\.\ 1|\\65=5\cdot\boxed{13}\\\\143|11\\.\ 13|13\\.\ \ 1|\\143=11\cdot\boxed{13}\\\\169|13\\.\ 13|13\\.\ \ 1|\\169=\boxed{13}\cdot13\\\\Therefore\ GCF(65;\ 143;\ 169)=\boxed{13}$

10. Expert says:

d

step-by-step explanation:

given

y + 3 = - 4(x - 2) ← distribute the parenthesis

y + 3 = - 4x + 8 ( subtract 3 from both sides )

y = - 4x + 5 → d

$Which of the following equations is equivalent to y+3=-4(x-2)?$

11. vanessa8527 says:

5

Step-by-step explanation:

To get the GCF of 65 and 95 you need to multiply 65 by 1 and 95 by 1, it doesn't work, multiply 65 and 95 by 2, doesn't work, 65 and 95 by 3, doesn't work, 65 and 95 by 4, doesn't work, then 65 and 95 by 5, YES it DOES work! So your answer will be 5!

12. hickslily9 says:

The answer is 5. this can be found by creating a factor tree of both numbers