# Solver Find the GCD (or GCF) of two numbers using Euclid's Algorithm

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### Find the GCD (or GCF) of two numbers using Euclid's Algorithm

This solver finds the GCD (greatest common divisor) or GCF (greatest common factor) of two numbers (two positive whole numbers) by use of Euclid's Algorithm

Enter two numbers: First Number: and Second Number:

Note: if you need to find the GCD of more than two numbers, chain the solvers.

For instance, if you need the GCD for 6, 8, and 10, then find the GCD of 6 and 8 (which is 2). Now find the GCD of 2 and 10 (which is 2). So the GCD of 6, 8, and 10 is 2. This will work for any number of numbers.

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