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Rock bands often stack their speakers in an array. One teen band has 24 speakers. They stack them at least 2 high, but no taller than 8 high. What are all the different arrays they can make.

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    2*12
    3*8
    4*6
    6*4
    8*3

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    thank u :)

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    67

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