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Ned has 24 caramal candies, 18 mints,and 12 chocolate bars. he wants to divide the candies into groups so that each group has the same number of pieces of each ind of candy. What is the largest number of groups that ned can make
A.2
B.4
C.6
D.12
B?

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    I disagree. Try again.

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    C?

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    C is correct.

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    Dadid has 36 yellow marbles, 48 green marbles, and 24 orange marbles. What is the greatest common factor that david can use to divide the marbles into equal groups
    A.4
    B.6
    C.12
    D.24
    C?

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    Yes C is correct.

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    greatest common factor of 16 24 and 30
    A.2
    B.6
    C.8
    D.12
    A?

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    Right.

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