Homework Explained - Math Practice 101

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Chapter 1: Ratios and Rates; Lesson 1: Factors and Multiples

Find the greatest common factor of each set of numbers.

• Question 1

8, 14

• Question 2

21, 24, 27

• Question 3

21, 35, 49

• Question 4

12, 18, 26

Find the least common multiple of each set of numbers.

• Question 5

5 and 6

• Question 6

6 and 9

• Question 7

6, 12, and 15

• Question 8

3, 9, and 15

• Question 9

A gardener has 27 pansies and 36 daisies. He plants an equal number of each type of flower in each row. What is the greatest possible number of pansies in each row?

•  pansies
• Question 10

Fourteen boys and 21 girls will be equally dividing into groups. Find the greatest number of number of groups that can be created if no one is left out.

•  groups

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