The Greatest Common Divisor (GCD) of 5 and 31 is the largest positive integer that divides both 5 and 31. Mathematically, the problem we are solving is:
To solve the problem, we will list all the positive integers (divisors) that can be divided into 5 and 31. We will then compare the lists of divisors to find the greatest divisor they have in common.
Divisors of 5:
1 and 5.
Divisors of 31:
1 and 31.
When we compare the lists of divisors above, we see that the largest number they have in common is 1. Thus, the Greatest Common Divisor (GCD) of 5 and 31 is:
GCD(5,31) = 1
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