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B   A piggy bank contains 30 dollar coins and 38 rupee coins. Charles wants to arrange the coins into groups with equal number of coins of the same type. Find the greatest number of coins in each group.   B View Solution
B   A shop contains 48 white shoes and 64 brown shoes. The shopkeeper wants to arrange the two types of shoes into the same number of rows. What is the greatest number of rows in which he can arrange the white shoes and the brown shoes?   B View Solution
B   Paul has 16 dark colored balloons and 26 light colored balloons. He wants to arrange them into sets of equal number of balloons of the same color. Find the greatest possible number of balloons in each set.   B View Solution
B   A zoo has 30 lions and 40 elephants. The authorities of the zoo want to divide the animals into groups with equal number of animals of the same type. Find the maximum number of animals each group can have.
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B   A plastic bag contains 64 packets of popcorns and 76 packets of potato chips. If you want to divide the popcorns and the chips into the same number of groups, then what is the greatest number of groups in which you can divide the packets of popcorns and the potato chips?
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B   What are the factors of 92?   B View Solution
B   Find the common factors of 6 and 8.
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B   Find the common factors of 6 and 15.   B View Solution
B   Jason's mom has 55 cookies and 30 pastries. She wants to divide these into different groups having the same number of items. What is the greatest possible number of groups she can make?   B View Solution
B   A school library contains 14 tables and 40 chairs. If the librarian wants to arrange them into the same number of rows, then what is the greatest number of rows in which he can arrange the tables and the chairs?
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B   An orchestra contains 12 violins and 24 flutes. Charlie wants to arrange the two types of instruments into the same number of rows. What is the greatest number of rows in which he can arrange the violins and the flutes?
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B   Franklin has 16 monitors and 28 keyboards. He wants to arrange the two types of parts into the same number of sets. What is the greatest number of sets in which he can arrange the two types of parts?   B View Solution
B   Tanya has 70 buttons and 84 balls. Find the greatest number of identical pairs she can make using both the buttons and balls to distribute among the children.
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B   Ed has 40 ruled notebooks and 64 unruled notebooks. He wants to divide the two types of books into the same number of sets. What is the greatest possible number of sets in which he can divide the two types of books?
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B   Which of the following choices would be the appropriate for GCF of 92 and 104?   B View Solution
B   What is the GCF of 46 and 138?   B View Solution
B   Which of the following choices is the GCF of 88 and 90?
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B   How many factors are there for 65?   B View Solution
B   Tommy has 14 dark colored balloons and 20 light colored balloons. He wants to arrange them into sets of equal number of balloons of the same color. Find the greatest possible number of balloons in each set.   B View Solution
B   A zoo has 40 lions and 54 elephants. The authorities of the zoo want to divide the animals into groups with equal number of animals of the same type. Find the maximum number of animals each group can have.
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B   A piggy bank contains 20 dollar coins and 32 rupee coins. Ed wants to arrange the coins into groups with equal number of coins of the same type. Find the greatest number of coins in each group.   B View Solution
B   A shop contains 24 white shoes and 44 brown shoes. The shopkeeper wants to arrange the two types of shoes into the same number of rows. What is the greatest number of rows in which he can arrange the white shoes and the brown shoes?   B View Solution
B   A plastic bag contains 80 packets of popcorns and 112 packets of potato chips. If you want to divide the popcorns and the chips into the same number of groups, then what is the greatest number of groups in which you can divide the packets of popcorns and the potato chips?
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B   William's mom has 55 cookies and 30 pastries. She wants to divide these into different groups having the same number of items. What is the greatest possible number of groups she can make?   B View Solution
B   Paul has 96 ruled notebooks and 112 unruled notebooks. He wants to divide the two types of books into the same number of sets. What is the greatest possible number of sets in which he can divide the two types of books?
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B   Franklin has 40 monitors and 56 keyboards. He wants to arrange the two types of parts into the same number of sets. What is the greatest number of sets in which he can arrange the two types of parts?   B View Solution
B   A school library contains 8 tables and 22 chairs. If the librarian wants to arrange them into the same number of rows, then what is the greatest number of rows in which he can arrange the tables and the chairs?
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B   An orchestra contains 14 violins and 30 flutes. Bill wants to arrange the two types of instruments into the same number of rows. What is the greatest number of rows in which he can arrange the violins and the flutes?
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B   Find the common factors of 4 and 10.   B View Solution
B   What is the GCF of 78 and 84?
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B   What is the GCF of 45 and 81?   B View Solution
B   What is the GCF of 56 and 84?   B View Solution
B   What is the GCF of 36 and 48?
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fff A huge dining table has been arranged with 86 cups and 110 bowls. If the host wants to arrange the cups and the bowls into the same number of groups, then what is the greatest number of groups in which he can divide those cups and bowls?
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fff Find the common factors of 9 and 12.
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fff 50 boys and 75 girls participated in the Water Sports conducted in Texas. If their coach wanted to arrange all of them into the same number of rows, then what is the greatest number of rows in which he can arrange them? fff View Solution
fff Sheela has 90 crayons and 144 pencils. Find the greatest number of identical pairs she can make using both the crayons and pencils to distribute among the children.
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fff The GCF of two prime numbers is ________.
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fff The factor of a whole number is __________. fff View Solution
fff Find all the factors of 9. fff View Solution
fff What is the GCF of 49 and 70? fff View Solution
fff What is the GCF of 33 and 57?
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