GCF of two or more numbers Calculator allows you to quickly calculate the GCF of 25, 45, 55 i.e. 5 largest integer that divides all the numbers equally.

Greatest common factor (GCF) of 25, 45, 55 is **5**.

GCF(25, 45, 55) = 5

Greatest common factor or Greatest common divisor (GCD) can be calculated in two ways

- Greatest Common Factor of 25, 45, 55 by common division method
- Greatest Common Factor of 25, 45, 55 with matching the biggest common factor

5 | 25, 45, 55 |

5, 9, 11 |

∴ So the GCF of the given numbers is 5 = 5

**Factors of 25**

List of positive integer factors of 25 that divides 25 without a remainder.

1,5,25

**Factors of 45**

List of positive integer factors of 45 that divides 45 without a remainder.

1,3,5,9,15,45

**Factors of 55**

List of positive integer factors of 55 that divides 55 without a remainder.

1,5,11,55

**Greatest Common Factor**

We found the factors 25,45,55 . The biggest common factor number is the **GCF** number.

So the **greatest common factor 25,45,55 ** is **5**.

Here are some samples of GCF of two or more Numbers calculations.

1. What is the GCF of 25, 45, 55?

Answer: GCF of 25, 45, 55 is 5.

2. How to Find the GCF of 25, 45, 55

Answer: Greatest Common Factor(GCF) of 25, 45, 55 = 5

Step 1: Divide all the numbers with common prime numbers having remainder zero.

Step 2: Then multiply all the prime factors GCF(25, 45, 55) = 5.