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September 15, 2014

Posted by **Ashlyn.** on Wednesday, September 23, 2009 at 1:22am.

a. Write each number as the product of any two of its factors.

b. Continue to write each factor as the product of two factors until only prime factors remain.

c.Write the prime factorization for each original number. Highlight the common prime factors.

d. Find the product of the common prime factors.

e. Whats the Greatest Common Factor [GCF]?

DOGHOUSING! [2-4.]

a.18 and 24.

b.64 and 80.

c.84 and 56.

5. Two sixth grade classes went to the local theater to watch a movie. They reserved seats ahead of time so each class could sit together in equal rows. One class had 28 students and the other had 21 students. What is the greatest number of students that could sit in each row?

6. Camilla separated prizes for games at the carnival. She had 72 choco bars and 90 peanut blitzes. She put the most candy bars possible in each bag without mixing the two types. Each bag needed a equal amount of candy. How many candy bars did she put in each bag?

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**MathMate**, Wednesday, September 23, 2009 at 5:37pm1.

a. Write each number as the product of any two of its factors.

b. Continue to write each factor as the product of two factors until only prime factors remain.

c.Write the prime factorization for each original number. Highlight the common prime factors.

d. Find the product of the common prime factors.

e. Whats the Greatest Common Factor [GCF]?

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