6th grade math

posted by .

Cameron is making bead necklaces. Hehas 90 green beads Nd 108 blue beads. what is the greatest number of identical necklace es he can make if he wants to use all the beads

  • 6th grade math -

    90,108 divide by 2
    45,54 divide by 9
    5,6

    so: 2*9=18 necklaces.

  • 6th grade math -

    Jo made 7 pounds of cookies.She gave 3.25 pounds to her friends and 0.7 pounds to each of her three brothers.How many pounds did she have left?

  • 7th grade pre algerbra -

    18 necklaces

  • 6th grade math -

    108-90=18 its kinda simple ...no?

  • 6th grade math -

    idk

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. 6th Grade Math

    It takes 56 colored beads to make a necklace. The beads are strung in the following order: one blue, two yellow, two green, and one red. Then the pattern repeats, starting again with the one blue bead. If the first bead is blue, what …
  2. math

    mary has 108 red beads and 90 green beads she wants to use all the beads. how many necklaces can she make and how many of each color will be on each necklace
  3. math

    Cameron is making bead necklaces. He has 90 green beads and 108 blue beads. What is the greatest number of identical necklaces he can make if he wants to use all the beads?
  4. Math

    Hannah makes necklaces. She has a box of 26 green beads, 42 yellow beads, and 10 blue beads. If Hannah grabs 1 bead without looking, what is the probability that she will select a blue bead?
  5. Math

    cameron is making bead necklaces. he has 90 green beads and 108 blue beads. what's the greatest number of identical necklace he can make if he wants to use all the beads
  6. Algebra 1 (Reiny)

    Samantha is making beaded necklaces using 54 glass beads and 18 clay beads. She wants each necklace to have the same number of beads, but each necklace will have only one type of bead. If Samantha puts the greatest possible number …
  7. math 4th grade

    Anna has 32 red beads, 16 blue beads, and 8 green beads. She wants to put an equal number of each kind of bead on necklaces she is making. How many of each kind of beads can Anna put on each necklace?
  8. math

    Juanita is making necklaces to give as presents she plans to put 15 beads on each necklace beads are sold in packages of 20 what is the least number of packages she can buy to make necklaces and have no beads leftover over
  9. Math

    You are making necklaces for your friends. You have 72 blue beads and 42 red beads. Each friend will riecive an identical necklace, and all your beads must be used
  10. Math

    Juanita is making necklaces to give as presents she plans to put 15 beads on each necklace beads are sold in packages of 20 what is the least number of packages she can buy to make necklaces and have no beads left over

More Similar Questions