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Homework Help: 4th Grade Math

Posted by Isabel on Thursday, November 13, 2008 at 8:29pm.

At Mrs. Livingston's favorite grocery store, oranges are sold in bags of 10 and grapefruits are sold in bags of 6. Mrs. Livingston wants to buy an equal number of oranges and grapefruits.

What is the smallest number of each fruit Mrs. Livingston needs to buy in order to have an equal number of oranges and grapefruits?

a.12
b.20
c.30
d.60

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