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the following all-red train and all-green train are equal in length. Do these trains give information about common factors, common multiples, or both?

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    What following?

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    its a pic of a train made of squares and the red train is made up of 6 red squares and the green train is made up of four green squares

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    My, you're having trouble keeping your names straight -- victor, connor, jack, robert, rick and dan. Please use the same name for your posts.

    It looks like this train represents common factors.

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    lol thanks

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    You're welcome.

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