Posted by **Linda** on Tuesday, November 8, 2011 at 7:23pm.

Baking Cookies-Word Problem

Our class planned a party for disadvantaged kids. Some of us baked cookies for the party. On the day of the party, we found we could divide the cookies into packets of two,three, four, five or six and have one cookie left over in each case. If we divided them into packets of seven, there would be no cookies left over. What is the least number of cookies the class could have baked?

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