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Greatest Common Factor & Least Common Multiple

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Greatest Common Factor & Least Common Multiple
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  • We'll learn how to find the Greatest Common Factor.
  • We'll also learn how to find the Least Common Multiple.
  • And we'll see how this knowledge can help us plan a barbecue, play sports, and even race cars!
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Level 1

Find the least common multiple of 4 and 9.

Level 2

Find the greatest common factor of 15 and 35.

Level 3

Meghan needs to split 16 cupcakes and 12 squares evenly onto trays. What is the greatest number of trays Meghan could make with no food left over?

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