# 1. the gcf (greatest common factor) and lcm (least common multiples) of two numbers is 7 and 56. if one number is 14, then what is the other number?

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1. the gcf (greatest common factor) and lcm (least common multiples) of two numbers is 7 and 56. if...

28

Step-by-step explanation:

Get this then that then that

28

Step-by-step explanation:

let x be the other number.

First, we should factor 14 and must have the factor 7 because of the GCF. Second, we factor x and must have the factor 7 because of the GCF. So that the GCF becomes true.

Then we look for the other factor to make both equations true. (Look for the factors that if you look for the LCM, it would result to 56)

14 = 7 • 2

x = 7 • 4

And as you can see, I have the right factors. After the third step, we multiply the factors we have given to the x.

The product is 28. Which means, the other number is 28.

The answer for that is 147 I think