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One table at a bake sale has 75 oatmeal cookies.Another table has 60 lemon cupcakes. Which table allows for more rectangular arrangements when all the cookies and cupcakes are displayed? Explain.

asked by Anonymous
  1. Each "pair" of factors allows a rectangular arrangement
    so which number has more factor pairs, 75 or 60 ?

    e.g. factor pairs of 75
    1 75
    3 25
    5 15

    and 60 ?

    posted by Reiny
  2. 175

    posted by giselle
  3. I need the answer

    posted by Anonymous
  4. Factor pair's of 75 are 1,3,5 and 60 are 1,2,3,6,10

    posted by aliciao
  5. mathh suks

    posted by pooop
  6. That 60 has more factors so 60 would be the answer

    posted by No one knows
  7. What is the real answer??

    posted by Blank
  8. I have no idea

    posted by Anonymous
  9. idk thats why im freaking asking

    posted by ?

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