# Math

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48,24,6,36,12,54
Which of the following describe this set.
A. Numbers that are multiples of 3
B. Numbers that are prime.
C. Numbers that are divisible by 6
D. Numbers that are factors of 36

I think its a and c

• Math -

they are not factors of 36, nor prime.

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