# How do you find the GCF of 4st, 10s?

Jan 10, 2017

$G C F \to 2 s$

#### Explanation:

4 will not divide into 10 exactly so we need a number less than 4 that will. That is 2

$s$ is common to both so $s$ is also a factor.

$t$ only occurs in one of them so this is not a factor.

$G C F \to 2 s$