Posted by STEFIE on .
The middle school band has 56 members. The high school band has 96 members. the bands are going to march one after the other in a parade. the director wants to arrange the bands into the same number of columns. What is the greatest number of columns in which the two bands can be arranged if each column has the same number of marchers? how many band members will be in each column? Please help answer these 2 questions Thanks

Math 2 
Damon,
56 = 2*2*2*7
96 = 2*2*2*12
7 rows of 8 and 12 rows of 8 
GEM Math 
Amanda,
7 rows of 8 and 12 rows of 8

Math 2 
Anonymous,
Please help me on this question

Math 2 
Anonymous,
7 rows of 8 and 12 rows of 8.

Math 2 
Jhailyn,
7 rows of 8 12 rows of 8

Math 3 
carlee,
7 rows of 812 rows of 8

Math 6 
Josiah,
4.12

Math 2 
mat,
8 columns and 19 band members becuz 8*19 is egual to 56+96

Math 2 
mat,
Soooo yea idk where u guys got that from o3o

Math 2 
Tyjaha,
2and 4 also m

Math 2 
Lainie,
Idk 44444444444434444444